TWOFrom Strategic Intent to Tactical Action: Vertical Alignment
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The vertical dimension of alignment connects organizational strategy with the people who must transform it into meaningful work and engages those people in that process. Vertical alignment is achieved when employees at every level understand what the organization is trying to accomplish, its strategy, and the way their work connects to it. Vertical alignment energizes people, gives them direction, and opens the door to innovation and greater employee engagement. It makes rapid strategy deployment possible.