“We don’t have time to learn something new.”
“I’m slammed right now.”
These are statements I hear all-to-often in my line of work. As a strategic planner, I use technology to help disseminate plan goals and objectives throughout my clients’ organizations. When I’m called in to help a team communicate and achieve their visions, the same issue usually presents itself: the company has taken time to form a strategy but hasn’t made time to implement it.
This doesn’t come as a shock; 59% to 67% of leaders say they struggle to execute their strategic goals. What is surprising, though, is the number of organizations that are reluctant to use technology to help them achieve these goals.