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Strategy Execution: Structure
Strategy execution: Structure

The best conceived strategic plans often fail from a lack of planning for their execution. Effective strategy implementation requires managers to consider a number of issues, including structural, cultural, and leadership concerns.1. These considerations should be made before a strategic alternative is selected and then detailed after a strategy is formulated.

This chapter emphasizes the relationship between strategy and the firm's structure—the formal side of the organization—especially within the context of strategy execution. Leadership and culture are addressed in the following chapter.

Organizational Structure

Organizational structure—the formal means by which work is coordinated ...

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