In this research, we employed the business leadership model as the core form Driving Strategy into Action based on Harvard Business Review. We attempt to explore strategic management models that are developed from this foundation and how the discrepancy between a company's current situation and its goals drives the organization to be flexible in employing a set of strategic execution formulas. Analysis performed under the structure of the business leadership model divides the concept of strategy into strategic intent, marketplace insight, innovation focus, and business design; the concept of execution is divided into talent, formal organization, critical task, climate and culture. We will include exploring the topic of strategic management theory and the difference in applied models used by the case study company and also look at actual examples from the case study company and explore how they used the business leadership model to bring about internal adjustments in strategy when faced with gaps in performance. we plan to conduct in-depth interviews with supervisors of relevant departments who have decision-making authority in the case company. Our major goal is to confirm the models that were applied and how they were actually able to help the company achieve competitive advantages.