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The strategy versus execution gap is a well-documented phenomenon. In the best-selling book Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done, the authors, which include Larry Bossidy, former Allied Signal CEO, stated that "strategies most often fail because they aren’t well executed."

But the dilemma is that without strategy to set the direction, execution is aimless.

Ahead of PEX Week 2015, our annual report, 'Shift Business Excellence into High Gear: Drive Strategic Performance through Process Excellence', based on a survey of 404 process professionals and telephone interviews with selected individuals, looks in more detail at the issue. Proposing a series of 5 practical steps that process professionals may consider to help better align process improvement with strategy.

Download the report for free now.