To implement means to realise a plan. To bring a project, idea or campaign to reality with the purpose of creating the right changes in the segment of the business. In all projects this is the hardest part and it is well-known that this is often why some projects gets stranded.
To call it a science would be wrong, as it’s much more than that; commuication, training of managers and partners, content design and production, the management of budgets, vendors, and media - to mention a few. This calls for commitment, experience and overview.
Common for all implementation is that there is little room for error. Because communication and implementation are so closely connected, the receiver often cannot differentiate between the two. Put simply, there’s no such thing as successful project that is implemented badly.
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