skip to Main Content

Strategy Execution Ltd was founded over 20 years ago by Dr Andrew MacLennan, the leading expert in strategy implementation. We support fast and effective strategy execution, using expertise built on rigorous research and extensive experience. We work closely with leaders in their organisations and on world class executive education programmes at London Business School and Duke Corporate Education.

Strategy Execution Ltd MD

Facilitating strategy implementation

Advice & facilitation of strategy execution decisions to drive transformation

Keynotes on executing strategy

Talking on strategy execution at conferences & leadership events

Executing strategy through learning

Tailored executive education programmes, focused on strategy execution

Digital learning on strategy execution

Online strategy execution learning materials for business schools & leaders

Latest Strategy Execution Ltd news

Duke CE & London Business School recognised again

Congratulations to Duke Corporate Education and London Business School, ranked 2nd and 4th respectively in the Financial Times Custom Executive Education rankings for 2018.
Strategy Execution Ltd's Dr Andrew MacLennan is an educator on custom programmes at both institutions.
New

Recent strategy execution blogs

Andrew MacLennan

Strategy Execution Derailment

Yesterday, Carrillion plc went into liquidation with debts of at least £1.5 billion ($2 billion). The 43,000-person construction and support services company operates in the UK, Middle East, Caribbean and Canada and provides a wide range of services grouped under three

Read More »
Aircraft
Andrew MacLennan

Ascent & Descent

I recently enjoyed flying First Class from London to Bangkok with a well known airline.  It was a treat for me as I don’t expect clients to pay for luxuries; Business Class is fine.  But it was an upgrade and

Read More »
Paths diverging in a forest
Andrew MacLennan

Executive Dilemmas

Organisation leaders have endured a rough ride recently.  Barely a day passes when business chiefs are not accused of greed – the banking crisis seemingly leaving all private sector executives exposed to vilification.  Senior public servants are not immune either;

Read More »
Back To Top