Without Strategy, Efficiency is Possible, but not Effectiveness

Performing efficiently is crucial to an organization’s success. However, becoming efficient at the wrong tasks will not bring Operational Effectiveness. There is nothing worse than an organization spinning its wheels on activities and tasks that do NOT align with its strategy and mission.

An organization must first define its strategy. Don Springer of The Colton Group provided a baseline of questions to ask in order to define your strategy in our most recent newsletter. Once that strategy is defined, then the next steps are to ensure the tasks and activities (processes) your organization performs tie directly to that strategy.

Aldridge Kerr can assist you in ensuring your tasks and activities tie to your strategy. Contact Charlene Aldridge at 972.447.9787 or CharleneAldridge@aldridgekerr.com to discuss how we can assist you in improving how you do what you do.

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