Monthly Archives: July 2014

Four Success Strategies From Failed Business Models

If those who do not know history are destined to repeat it, then businesses who haven’t examined this decade’s failed business models are preparing to follow their example. 3-D printing is the next disruptive technology, and the coming tsunami will wipe out just as many currently viable companies. What might recently failed industry giants have…Continue Reading…

Culture doesn’t eat strategy for breakfast

….but it will regularly feast on weak leadership and incoherent strategy. At the risk of upsetting all the Drucker fans out there, “culture eats strategy for breakfast”, is probably the most misquoted and misunderstood of Drucker’s maxims. While this idiom is certainly accredited to him, it was actually first coined by Ford’s Mark Fields who…Continue Reading…

Why strategy-driven performance management?

As more and more companies focus to increase their productivity and the overall performance of their organization, it is important for them to realize that performance management is at the heart of their success. This means ensuring alignment of the entire organization with the strategic objectives of the organization and implementing a strategic performance management system fully…Continue Reading…

Do You Have a Competency Based Approach to Strategy Development?

One of the key ingredients to strategy development is assessing a firm’s competencies and capabilities. Competency is assessing the capabilities of your employees, the leaders, service and product offerings of the business, as a means of understanding where the strengths and weaknesses reside in the organization and assessing where the company is going in the…Continue Reading…

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