Strategy Deployment

Most companies still face the tragedy of a strategy delivering no results with common obstructions, including ineffective processes, poor formulation, and poor execution. To succeed, leaders must carefully overcome these roadblocks and find the vital few initiatives to transform their businesses.

From the boardroom to the shop floor, we can help you improve every facet of your strategy, tailoring an approach that scales from targeted enhancements to a complete reinvention of your capabilities. We guide organizations by building their path for business sustainable growth via a premium strategy planning and execution framework, striving to achieve stretch goals.

Our KAIZEN™ Solutions

  • Identify and select the vital few strategic business imperatives.
  • Select 3 to 5 year priorities that will drive the organization to sustained profitable growth.
  • Set a one-page plan to grow your core business and explore expansion.

  • Deploy 3 to 5 year imperatives into key capabilities to be implemented at all organizational levels.
  • Assign owners to breakthrough priorities.
  • Communicate and engage all stakeholders in the same simple and elegant strategic vision.

  • “Make things happen” approaching strategy execution in a practical way.
  • Check TTI (Targets To Improve) on a regular basis.
  • React to gaps with problem solving from top management.

  • Reflect and learn from strategy execution hazards.
  • Launch a new strategy cycle based on lessons learned and change drivers.

Client results

Learn how to implement it in your organization

Strat KAIZEN™ in Fuel Station Company – Gas Stations

Strat KAIZEN™ in Steel Wire Industry

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Kaizen Institute works directly with the client teams, ​with a “Hands On” and “Teaching by Doing” approach​

Kaizen Institute works directly with the client teams, with a “Hands On” and “Teaching by Doing” approach​