Quotes + Thoughts | Strategy vs. Execution [1]


To quell the constant and popular argument in the business world, on what constitutes more importance and what precedes the other, is it strategy or execution? … here’s a quote from a business leader all the way from Taiwan, Morris Chang, CEO of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) (and yes… like you, I’ve never heard of him, but I value his thoughts).

The perfect antidote for the two camps who think one or the other is important. The truth is: BOTH STRATEGY & EXECUTION ARE INTERLINKED and INSEPARABLE!

It’s simple, really… the way I see it, anyone can dream up or imagine an strategy that on paper looks like a great game plan… but without execution, if you’re just sitting on it and no one takes any action, then that strategy is just a unexecuted plan!

Inspiration: Brand Autopsy, WOMMA (Word of Mouth Marketing Association), Ideas Inspiring Innovation

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3 Responses to Quotes + Thoughts | Strategy vs. Execution [1]

  1. Pat McCarthy says:

    Glad you liked our post!

    Cheers!
    Pat McCarthy
    Social Media Coordinator
    WOMMA

  2. Pingback: Quotes + Thoughts | Strategy vs. Execution [2] | IDEAS INSPIRING INNOVATION

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