Building Strategy Execution Capability

Translating strategy into action

Strategy execution is a critical challenge. Too much good strategy is not converted into action. Too much activity does not contribute to strategic objectives. It doesn’t have to be this way. There are reliable ways to align strategic goals and emergent action.

AndrewMacLennan.com exists to help you build your strategy execution capabilities. You can draw upon Dr Andrew MacLennan’s expertise via:

executive education

for organisations implementing strategy

consulting advice

supporting transformation

keynote speaking

at conferences & leadership events

online courses

customised to suit your organisation

books & articles

on strategy execution & related topics

Dr Andrew MacLennan is one of the world’s leading experts on strategy execution. He focuses on translating strategy into action and the agile alignment of activities with strategic goals, particularly through management experimentation. He is an educator, consultant, researcher and writer.

Andrew is an educator with Duke Corporate Education, which is top in the Financial Times custom executive education global rankings. He is an affiliate faculty member at London Business School, where he co-leads the MBA Strategy Execution elective, is an Academic Director of the Executing Strategy for Results open executive education programme and leads sessions on numerous custom executive education programmes. 

As Managing Director of Strategy Execution Ltd, Andrew also works with his own clients – providing executive education and consulting advice to drive transformation.

Andrew has written two books on strategy execution, the latest being Strategy Execution: Translating Strategy into Action in Complex Organizations published by Routledge. His articles appear in publications from Forbes to California Management Review.

He has a first class MA (Hons) in Management and a PhD in strategy implementation from Edinburgh Business School.

Strategy execution and management experimentation expert
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