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Implementing strategy

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How to implement your strategy plan including how to involve people within its implementation and how to create strategy maps.

Strategy is nothing without implementation!

Successful implementation is about managing strategic change and getting buy-in, ensuring everyone in the organisation is delivering the strategy in their day-to-day work. There are a number of approaches and tools to help get buy-in and align the organisation behind the strategy.

In this section you will find information on:

Overview of implementing strategy

Once your strategic plan has been agreed, you need to implement it.

Involving people in strategy development

One way to involve people is to set up a strategy away day for your non profit organisation.

Strategy maps

A strategy map is a tool to help stakeholders visualise and get hooked into the strategy.

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