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Your Strategy Could Be Missing a Key Element

Your strategy identifies what your company should be doing differently, but often times it does not provide insight into how to build the skills, knowledge and processes needed to carry out and sustain any necessary changes. Capabilities lie at the heart an organization’s ability to achieve results, so it’s hardly a surprise that different results require different capabilities. Many strategic planners and senior executives don’t build capability development into their strategies because they assume their strategy is logical enough for people to figure out what to do. However, capability development is a real and tangible part of your organization’s growth.

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