Our lessons learned over this period of time can be boiled down into these four factors: • ⊎|Simplicity is the keystone to adoption. When plans or strategies get so complex that they can not be effectively described to your key stakeholders within five minutes, you are headed down the road of organizational “mumbo jumbo,” which then only the content experts will understand and value. • ⊎|Alignment, with the business imperatives, sustains engagement. If success is dependent on the commitment of line leadership, then the investment of their resources must directly contribute to the achievement of the their business goals. • ⊎|Synergy is achieved through integration. While there are multiple processes involved in the development of leadership talent, it must function as a synchronous operation in order to produce the greatest impact. • ⊎|Execution is critical to learning; learning is critical to success. Success is achieved through refinement of imperfect strategies and applications.
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