Engaged Leaders Make Stronger Companies

What does it mean to be a role model in a leading organization? To answer that question, we can look to strategy implementation leaders—organizations that can adapt to new or unexpected markets, move ahead of their competition, and provide a model for other organizations to aspire to.

The Brightline Initiative and Harvard Business Review-Analytic Services surveyed more than 1,600 global executives and mid to senior level managers. The survey found that 20% of organizations achieve 80% or more of their strategic targets—these are our strategy implementation leaders.

Let’s take a closer look at the traits these implementation leaders value most, which reveal the types of people every organization should have in charge to succeed.

Published on 21 August 2019