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Why Dominating Your Category Can Be a Flawed Strategy
by / on 12/02/2018 at 14:00 / in Harvard Business Review

Why Dominating Your Category Can Be a Flawed Strategy

Of the many contributions Jack Welch has made to business wisdom, one of his most famous was “Be #1 or #2 in every market.” That advice served GE well in shaping its portfolio of businesses and its strategy for many years, but it’s not clear to us that it is as relevant any more. It may, in fact, be a […]

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Six Steps to Communicating Strategic Priorities Effectively
by / on 12/02/2018 at 11:00 / in MIT Sloan Management Review

Six Steps to Communicating Strategic Priorities Effectively

Leaders can signal their commitment to a strategy by clearly communicating their strategic priorities to external stakeholders. To drive execution, leaders often translate strategy into a handful of strategic priorities designed to increase alignment throughout the organization. When it comes to communicating their objectives, most executives focus inward, on getting their message out to managers and employees through town hall […]

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Designing the Machines That Will Design Strategy
by / on 19/04/2016 at 12:14 / in Harvard Business Review

Designing the Machines That Will Design Strategy

AlphaGo caused a stir by defeating 18-time world champion Lee Sedol in Go, a game thought to be impenetrable by AI for another 10 years. AlphaGo’s success is emblematic of a broader trend: An explosion of data and advances in algorithms have made technology smarter than ever before. Machines can now carry out tasks ranging from recommending movies to diagnosing cancer — independently of, and in many […]

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