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5 Signs You Should Consider Strategy Deployment Software

Posted by Maggie Millard

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Sep 26, 2016 10:42:51 AM

Wet-floor-sign.jpgAchieving strategic objectives is the most important, and often the most difficult, responsibility of any organization. It is all too easy to lose sight of long-term goals when faced with day to day tasks and inevitable emergencies. Certain circumstances make this challenge even greater. Strategy deployment software can help any organization stay aligned and track progress, but if you fall into one or more of these categories, you have even more to gain.

#1 - Past Strategic Goals Have Not Been Achieved

Let’s call this one, “Keep doing what you’re doing and you’ll keep getting what you’re getting.”  If you look back on your last few annual plans only to discover that you are not where you intended to be at all, it is definitely time to try something new. Just the act of implementing strategy deployment software will signal to your organization that something has changed and that leadership is committed to seeing the plan through.

#2 - The Organization is Distributed

It can be very difficult to keep people who work in different buildings or from home in sync and rowing in the same direction. A single solution for strategy management helps keep everyone on the same page even if they aren’t in the same time zone.

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#3 - Employee Engagement is Weak

One way to help employees become emotionally invested in their work is to help them understand how they fit into the big picture. They need to see a clear path between what they do every day and where the organization is headed. Strategy deployment software helps by aligning individual, department, and corporate goals.

#4 - It’s a Do-or-Die Moment

It is important to achieve strategic objectives every year, but let’s face it, there are critical moments when failure is not an option. If that’s the case, it makes sense to use every weapon at your disposal to manage and track progress toward those must-do goals.

#5 - Visibility is Murky

Most business leaders are quite capable of removing obstacles that get in the way of achieving strategic goals - if they know about them. If your organization’s leadership has been surprised by a lack of forward progress, missed forecasts, or unanticipated changes to departmental tactics, it is time to consider a solution to support strategy execution. The best systems include dashboards that make it easy for leaders to see exactly where the organization is in relationship to the strategic objectives at any time. Good visibility means no surprises.

If any of this sounds familiar, don’t despair. Most organizations face these challenges at one time or another. If you are tackling them now, give yourself a boost by leveraging strategy deployment software to give structure to your most important goals and objectives. It will help bring the team together and get you to the finish line on time.

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