The KeyneLink Process – Afterword

The main purpose of the KeyneLink Process is to establish execution management as an organizational competency. The installation and training of competencies within an organization has long been seen as the single most valuable approach for an organization to achieve specific goals. Identify core competencies, train, and then embed them in the culture has proven to be the path to success. Everywhere it seems, except when it comes to executing strategy. When we look at how few companies are successful in executing their organizational strategy, we realize this has proven to be a difficult challenge.

The KeyneLink Process breaks through the current poor execution management processes. The purpose of execution management is to successfully carry out the strategic plan in order to realize the organization’s vision. It’s not enough to manage the execution of individuals in an organization; rather individuals’ activities need to be aligned and driven by the organization’s strategy and goals.

The KeyneLink Process integrates an organization’s vision and core values with the daily activities of its people. This repeatable methodology is designed to bridge the huge gap between planning and implementation. The KeyneLink Process is a roadmap with proven processes supported by software. It motivates organizations, teams and employees to work together to reach goals and to head off problems before they become big.

The wisdom from this blog post came from Keyne Insight. The KeyneLink Process helps senior leadership deliver faster, better decisions, while building a world-class execution capability throughout their company.

Click here to go to Keyne Insight’s Website.

Click here to learn more about KeyneLink’s Strategy Execution Management System.

Gary Tomlinson
www.gary-tomlinson.com
(919) 847-6235

About Gary Tomlinson

Gary Tomlinson has been an entrepreneur and business owner for over 40 years. Today he is a leadership consultant and executive coach specializing in executive team alignment and organizational execution.
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