The Biggest Mistakes in the Strategy Process — Mistake No.2 – Leading Is Not Transparent | 4.02
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This is the second blog of three to address the biggest mistakes that can happen during a strategy process. Here I address another cardinal mistake in a strategy process, which happens when leading is not transparent in the management system.
Giving out responsibilities
Organizations are pretty good in giving out responsibilities and tasks. That’s everyday life.
Then, however, comes the question of which order the implementation projects should happen. The leader asks this question during a meeting, and these poor people must prepare PowerPoint slides hour after hour, until they are fine enough for presentation. In a world like this, information doesn’t travel that quickly. Luckily, nowadays technology enables automatic reporting.
LOOK AT THE IMAGE BELOW. DON’T DO IT LIKE THAT!
INSTEAD… DO IT LIKE THIS! MAKE LEADING TRANSPARENT!
Let’s operate and lead transparently. If someone wants to have a peek at what other teams are up to, they are able to do so! When the big picture is clear, one can focus on the smaller things. If a person needs information on how their neighbor is proceeding with their work, they are able to follow up on the other person’s situation on their own.
Practically, this means that every team has its own digital board. The management team has a digital board consisting of the whole strategy. It can be viewed by the management team and other teams. Central focus areas and their goals can be followed with ease on a common digital board. Stop using Excel and move onto lead the common working platform through a digital board. That’s how leading becomes transparent!
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