When it’s time to start turning strategy into results, you might be lost on what to look for. Learn what operational strategy results really mean and what to look for.
Wondering what the importance of strategy execution is over strategy implementation? There’s a critical difference. Learn how execution fits in here.
River Rock Advisors is pleased to announce the addition of Bryan Schopmeyer to its leadership team as a Principal. Learn more about Bryan here.
Implementing operational strategy is a critical step in your overall strategic journey, but it’s less about “doing” and more about being prepared for change.
An operational strategy cannot be achieved without definition, planning, alignment, control, and flexibility. Learn more about how you can put yours into action.
Does your organization struggle with inventory management? It doesn’t have to. Learn how to overcome outside pressures and achieve balance.
This is a guest post written by Ken Brooks, Chief Content Officer of Wiley Knowledge & Learning. Connect with Ken on LinkedIn and visit the Wiley website to learn more. It’s All About Alignment Like most organizations, you have a long-term goal that you strive to achieve by undertaking and (hopefully) completing a number of [...]
Achieving a Goal is One Thing, Learning Its Benefits is Another As a business executive that authorizes programs and projects, it can be frustrating to get a business case for action with a great ROI, then never understand much about the result of the program other than the fact that it maybe came in on [...]
River Rock Advisors is pleased to announce that we have been recognized on the Top 100 Great Supply Chain Partners list by SupplyChainBrain, a supply chain management information resource. For nearly 20 years, SupplyChainBrain has established the list using nominations from customers who recognize suppliers and service providers for outstanding solutions and service. SupplyChainBrain conducted [...]
Traditional Project Management Metrics are Confining Program and project managers know the constraints involved with their roles. Each endeavor is a dynamic relationship between the amount of time needed to make things happen, the scope that defines its parameters, and the budget needed to complete it. These constraints are also the project management metrics used [...]