Good strategy, bad strategy : the difference and why it matters / Richard P. Rumelt Rumelt, Richard P

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Rumelt, Richard P
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Strategic planning.; Strategy.; Planning.
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Adult
Summary
Even though everyone is talking about it, there is no concept in business today more muddled than 'strategy'. Richard Rumelt, described by McKinsey Quarterly as 'a giant in the field of strategy' and 'strategy's strategist', tackles this problem head-on in a jargon-free explanation of how to develop and take action on strategy, in business, politics and beyond.Rumelt dispels popular misconceptions about strategy - such as confusing it with ambitions, visions or financial goals - by very practically showing that a good strategy focuses on the challenges a business faces, and providing an insigh. Argues that a manager's central responsibility is to create and implement strategies, challenges popular motivational practices, and shares anecdotes discussing how to enable action-oriented plans for real-world results.
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/38512291
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38512291

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