Half of corporate executives admit gap between vision and value

BVWireIssue #48-1
September 13, 2006

A new study suggests that nearly 50% of business leaders (vice presidents, directors, and above) perceive a gap between their company’s strategy and its execution. Although these executives may have a clear vision for their companies and are 100% committed to pursuing them—the means to fulfill these value-enhancing strategies may still be a “murky mystery,” says surveyor Richard Lepsinger (OnPoint Consulting). Worse, even if the leaders know what they want, 64% of survey respondents “don’t have full confidence that their companies will be able to close the gap.” To read the full study, click here.

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