General Communication to Levels  

Cascading Execution Blue-Print

One of many failure points of Execution is lack of crisp and contextual communication on the strategy and how its going to get executed. Most of the communications of strategy are at extreme ends. They are either 100000 feet view of the strategy or a detailed goal-sheet, which tell an employee what to do. This chapter works on sharing the best practices to communicate all the details related to strategy and execution to the employees, what they need to know.


General Communication to Levels


As an organization completes its Business Plan and underlying Execution Blueprint, it needs to cascade it to the lowest working unit. This communication has to have the inherent qualities of being crisp and focused, without the burden of big-words. First part of this communication is a general communication, which states the strategy points, organization priorities and how different functions will need to change or sustain what they are doing.