Tactical Execution Best Practice 6 – Succession of Authority

StrategyDriven Tactical Execution Best Practice Article“You are not open for business unless you are ready to do business.”
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Limited resources, personnel, financial, and material, are a constraining reality faced by every business. These constraints prevent leaders from executing on business activities and in some avoidable cases result in customers not receiving the goods and services to which they are entitled. In other instances, business operations cease altogether. While demand spikes cannot be perfectly anticipated, policy-induced limitations are fully avoidable and often inexcusable. An executable authority succession pan is one such mechanism used to avoid a policy-driven operational stoppage.


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