One of our Associates, Dr Alvin Wilby, won the ‘Best Industrial Paper’ at Cambridge University in 2016. The paper highlights a (financially oriented) way to provide simple management metrics that tell you whether an investment project is on track. He says ‘’at any point in time, you may have invested more/less than you had expected, and so you need to know if the outcomes are better/worse than you expected?’’ His paper concludes that: ‘’In an ideal world, management behaviours and decisions would be aligned to shareholder interests and the wider interests of the firm …but based on our observations across our industrial sectors and peer group companies, the reality is very different.’’
At The leadership Gallery, our focus is 100% on ‘’accelerating growth through organisation alignment’’. We know that all research, including Dr Wilby’s attached paper bears out the fact that success will only come when an organisation is aligned.
Enjoy the read and thanks Alvin for sharing this with us. # #leadership #strategy #strategy #culture #ceo #change #future #coo #covid
The leaders that made me: Good bosses never just give you the answers, says Andrew Barraclough, GSK’s VP Design. by Stephen Jones
We have recently signed a new Corporate Partner for ICG, The Leadership Gallery and would like to introduce you to them and to what we believe is a significant opportunity for ICG consultants. The Leadership Gallery, (TLG), has developed a unique diagnostic tool, Align + Ⓡ , that when used with clients, will help to quickly establish high quality, profitable, long-term consulting opportunities. Align + Ⓡ is a relatively speedy and inexpensive intervention, that results in rich and valuable insights for organisations and consultants.
The Leadership Gallery (TLG), specialists in helping organisations take the risk out of strategy execution and Delfinity Limited, the Grampian-based consulting firm, are partnering to bring TLG’s proven strategy tool, Align+® to Scotland.
Today we are pleased to announce our new advertising campaign which runs for two weeks in print and on line.
The campaign is targeting organisations which need to review their strategies to survive in a post Covid-19 world.
In conjunction with the Mail, Metro, Media Group, our advert appears in Mail on Sunday- 31st May/Daily Mail- Weds 3rd June / I newspaper- 4th or 5th June. In addition to this national coverage we are running an advert in the London and South East edition of The Metro between the 1st and 5th June. Alongside the print campaign we are running an on-line campaign for two weeks with the Metro.co.uk and Mail Online websites
With 67% of well-formulated strategies failing due to poor execution, making sure that your business is aligned to deliver your plans is crucial. Rob Shorrick, CEO of the Leadership Gallery, explains how to stress test your strategy to ensure it delivers as expected
The founders of The Leadership Gallery (TLG) have rich experience in both business and consulting roles, across a number of sectors. It was recognised very quickly that a critical gap in a majority of businesses that were struggling, was not the strategy itself, but the inability to execute strategy effectively.
Having a strategy is one thing. Executing it successfully is another. According to a 2017 Harvard Business Review study, 67% of businesses fail to deliver their strategy because of poor execution. To succeed, your structure, processes, measurement, decision-making systems, reward systems and business culture all need to be future-facing.
According to Harvard Business Review, 67% of well-formulated strategies fail due to poor execution. To hear about why so many businesses fail to deliver their plans, CEO Today caught up with Rob Shorrick, CEO of The Leadership Gallery – an organisation dedicated to helping businesses take the risk out of strategy execution.
The UK’s withdrawal from the EU is adding to the unpredictable climate for businesses. It increases the challenge of ensuring that their strategies are robust, with all of their components working in alignment.
Are you fit for the Fourth Industrial Revolution? The world of smart devices, intelligent networks and autonomous systems.
Think hard if your business is still more analogue than digital. Is your value chain secure, or could you be the next victim of digital disruption?