Book of the Week: 'Total Alignment'

Take your business to a whole new level of effectiveness with strategic alignment.
Book of the Week: 'Total Alignment'
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From overarching vision to individual competency scorecards, Total Alignment arms you with powerful concepts and tools to run a successful, efficient business. No matter what size or type of business you run, business-strategy experts Riaz Khadem and Linda Khadem show you how to align your team and operations from the ground up and from the top down. Implement these concepts and tools to gain coherence, strength and value:

  • Measure and narrow alignment gaps in key areas of your business using the Alignment Survey.
  • Plan for your company’s growth and measure it along the way with the Alignment Map.
  • Define clear roles and responsibilities for each member of your team to ensure accountability with Accountability Assignment worksheets.
  • Eliminate silos, inefficiencies and redundancies with the one-page management strategy.
  • Set short- and long-term goals that add value to each branch of the company, as well as the business as a whole.

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