What gets measured gets done! It's a simple truth that's common knowledge. That's why careful action, consistency, and transparency in measuring and communicating progress are all vital to successful Strategy Execution Management. Measurements drive the right actions, which in turn drive the necessary changes. It’s therefore crucial that KPIs be formulated correctly.
One of the world's leading experts in Strategy Execution Management and CEO & co-founder of DecideAct, a groundbreaking SaaS solution that moves old-school manual strategy execution to a modern digital platform. Working with strategy design, implementation, and cultural change for nearly three decades in organizations worldwide, Flemming has been a trusted strategic advisor and executive coach for top global business and organization leaders. Flemming is committed to modernizing strategic leadership with the help of technology. With this professional emphasis, he has spent the past ten years mapping how to create the optimal infrastructure for successful strategy implementation, and he is the author and co-author of several excellent books and publications on the subject.
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