Formulating a strategy at boardroom level is no use if the rest of the company is not involved in implementing it. Recruitment consultants EJ Group worked closely alongside a strategy consultancy to join up the agenda at the top with the organisation as a whole. Martin Tothill and Sarah King report
A good proportion of the classic texts on management techniques are written to address the thorny problem of how to link up boardroom thinking with what happens on the ground – particularly at the client interface.
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