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I once heard a business leader say, “Strategy is results.” He meant that strategy doesn’t matter as long as you are producing results. Many other business leaders feel the same way.
Often, this is because they associate strategy with analysis and execution with getting things done, and they attribute more value to doing than to analyzing.
From that perspective, a strategy is a lofty, self-evident statement such as “Our strategy is to maximize customer value” or “Our strategy is to become the market leader.” Such “strategies” don’t contribute much to producing results.
Possibly, they motivate the troops, although even that is highly debatable.
On its surface, this view that strategy is less important than execution is hard to refute. If that’s all strategy is, execution is clearly more important.
But any seasoned strategist knows that strategy is not just sloganeering. It is the series of choices you make on where to play and how to win to maximize long-term value. Execution is producing results in the context of those choices.
Therefore, you cannot have good execution without having good strategy.
Have to have both. Strategy - 50,000 ft. view. Execusion - feet on the ground. Unless you know where you're going you're going to go really really fast and perhaps even very effectively but nowhere. Know where and why you're doing something before you start doing it.
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