Strategy and Tactics Approach for
Over the past 20 years, some remarkable leaders have shared a wealth of knowledge on strategy. If you have read best-sellers such as Bossidy and Charan’s Execution, Collins’s Good to Great, or Kotter’s Leading Change,1 you may wonder what the difference is in this strategy and tactics for multi-project management. What makes the difference, in one word, is focus.
This strategy is as much about choosing to not do many things as it is about focusing on the single biggest leverage point for improving project results. It assumes that within every complex system, there is inherent simplicity. This implies that there are very few constraints (leverage points) that determine ...