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Allocating resources

Allocating resources: Creating a Culture of Strategy Execution
Allocating resources: Creating a Culture of Strategy Execution

Just because initiatives have been prioritized, it doesn't mean the strategy gets executed. Resources must be allocated to the highest-priority initiatives. That means not giving resources to low-priority work. With a focused application of resources, high priority initiatives are executed quickly rather than applying resources broadly and never completing any initiatives.

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Business Communication Leadership

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