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Stay true to your strategic intent

Stay true to your strategic intent

I have used OGSM for nearly three decades, over half of my career. Through my tenure at Procter & Gamble and Campbell Soup, we used OGSM to align our business units globally and in my years as a consultant, we have used OGSM to develop and execute strategic plans...

Tool Tip: Utilizing costs and budget summary features

Tool Tip: Utilizing costs and budget summary features

Welcome to myOGSM Tool Tips designed to help you optimize your myOGSM user experience and support the execution of your strategy. Avoid strategy-related budget issues It’s disappointing and frustrating when you’re prepared to spend resources only to discover the...

Tool Tip: Action items keep strategy on track

Tool Tip: Action items keep strategy on track

Action items are the tasks needed to support the initiatives and strategies defined by your organization. This information makes the work activities, owners of those activities and due dates crystal clear. View Action Items 3 Ways Big Picture. See a summary of all...

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2020 Account Management Study

Research and implications from an unprecedented year in CPG In CPG, as in many other industries, the buyer and seller relationship has changed more in the past year than in the past decade. COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the supply chain and the subsequent...

7 Strategic Communication Tips

Strategy execution remains one of the hardest things for a business to accomplish, and a major reason organizations struggle is because communication is often overlooked. Strategic communication is critical to successful transformation and when managed properly, can...

Relevance is Resilience

It can sometimes feel like we’ve lived through multiple years in the mere six months since the COVID-19 pandemic began. That feeling is due in part to the rapid pace of change so many of us have experienced during this time—both personally and professionally. Indeed,...