This is the second of six part guide which explains the key steps of the Strategic Execution Framework, developed by the Stanford Advanced Management Programme.
In the Vision domain, a company’s long-range intention, or where it wants to go in the long-term, becomes reality by translating it into near-term strategy with specific goals and metrics.
While vision is a familiar concept to most organizations, many can stumble in this domain because they fail to recognize the importance of discipline, communication and agility in defining and executing their vision.
The Framework is designed to help organizations ensure they stay focused on the initiatives essential to accelerating innovation, increase performance, manage change as well as scale the business.
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Click here for part one of the guide: Ideation
Click here for part two of the guide: Nature
The Strategic Execution Framework (SEF) was developed by the Stanford Advanced Project Management program, a partnership between IPS Learning and the Stanford Center for Professional Development. The SEF is described in the book Executing Your Strategy: How to Break It Down and Get It Done (2008, Harvard Business School Press).