Category: Thinkers

Good Strategy Bad Strategy by Richard Rumelt

Good Strategy Bad Strategy by Richard Rumelt

Richard Rumelt is brilliant! In our view, this is the all time greatest thinking and resource for developing and executing strategy. As Chuck Harrington, CEO of Parsons Corporation, says: “Richard Rumelt reinforces that a strategy is not a goal or objectives. It is...

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Professor Roger Martin on What CEOs Should Really Be Doing

Professor Roger Martin on What CEOs Should Really Be Doing

Professor Roger Martin is a legend on strategy. His thinking plays well to #stratapp, the world’s first org-wide strategy application that includes execution of both strategy and day to day work, alongside social collaboration with context and structure. “In my 36...

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Principles by Ray Dalio and Embracing Radical Transparency

Principles by Ray Dalio and Embracing Radical Transparency

radical transparency was made famous by Ray Dalio’s book Principles. Ray Dalio champions the principle of embracing thoughtful disagreement. The ability to exchange controversial ideas without causing problems. To achieve radical transparency at work, companies need...

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How to Excel at Both Strategy and Execution by HBR.org

How to Excel at Both Strategy and Execution by HBR.org

Company leaders rarely excel at both strategy and execution. “According to a global survey of 700 executives across a variety of industries, conducted by the strategy consulting division of PwC, only 8% of company leaders were said to excel at both strategy and...

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Measure What Matters by John Doerr

Measure What Matters by John Doerr

Google has applied Andy Grove’s OKR methodology every quarter since 1999. John Doerr’s book and life’s work have given all of us access to the clear thinking and progressive management practices of Intel’s Andy Grove, who was decades ahead of his time. Google has...

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How Great Leaders Inspire Action by Simon Sinek

How Great Leaders Inspire Action by Simon Sinek

Y-gen / millennials globally embrace Simon Sinek’s TED talk on ‘start with why’. “People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. And what you do simply proves what you believe.” Simon Sinek has become a global phenomenon since this TED talk. He particularly...

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Millennials in the Workplace by Simon Sinek

Millennials in the Workplace by Simon Sinek

y-gen / millennials are just magic, a breath of fresh air we can all learn from At the link below is an excellent interview with Simon Sinek on Inside Quest. In our view, the next generation workforce are just magic, a breath of fresh air. They are all about...

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A Subtle Shift in Offshoring, That Actually Works

A Subtle Shift in Offshoring, That Actually Works

How to seamlessly align your onshore and offshore teams. With so much hype on technology innovation, such as robotics and artificial intelligence, it is easy to overlook the massive ground shift taking place on org design and employment. Teams are fast becoming a mix...

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