Area of expertise

From strategy to goal fulfillment

To implement strategy
A powerful strategy is a strategy that is executed. We can all agree on that. Nevertheless, most strategies fail precisely in the implementation phase.

Today's organizations mostly consist of large businesses with many employees who operate in a complex and highly changing environment. With such a reality, it is crucial to create understanding throughout the organization for where we stand, where we are going and why. Without this understanding, all the time spent designing the new strategy becomes just a big expense and not the investment for the future that it should be.

80% of all companies and organizations fail to execute their strategies.
95% of employees do not understand the strategy.
85% of management team members spend less than an hour per month discussing strategy.
60% of the organizations do not link the budget to the strategy.
25% of the managers do not have incentives linked to the strategy.

Source: Harvard Business Review, Kaplan & Norton research

Keys to success
The problem is no longer a lack of information, rather the opposite. We don't see the forest for all the trees. For the strategy to be feasible, it must therefore be packaged and made available to the people who are expected to act on it. In short, it is about:

  • Focus on a few areas
  • Communicate and visualize in a way that everyone in the organization understands
  • Be persistent, follow up and correct along the way

Goal management creates action power
A successful strategy implementation arises in the action. Through goal management, vision and strategy are concretized into goals and activities that are relevant to the various parts and levels of the organization. This creates an opportunity for all employees to see their part in the whole and act on this basis.

Our offer
We support our clients in realizing a new way of working by:

  • Develop and clarify vision, mission and strategy
  • Concretize the strategy in goals and relevant key figures
  • Develop a focused leadership and identify the organization's driving forces
  • Design and implement control models and management processes
  • Apply established theory and best practice within strategy and goal management
  • Set requirements and implement supporting IT solutions

Target management:
The bridge between strategy & activity