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Smash your Goals with Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

While organizations and startups may have heard about OKRs, most of them are probably new to this kind of organizational and management concept. Considered to be the father of management science, OKRs were first introduced by Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel. He...

Remote, Hybrid and Distributed Working is Much Easier with Next-Gen Tech

More than a year into living with COVID-19 in our midst, remote or hybrid working has become the norm that employees worldwide have to deal with whether they like it or not. One undisputed fact can be said about the state of remote or hybrid work in the future – it's...

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...

Many Strategies Fail Because They’re Not Actually Strategies by HBR.org

Static strategy docs and top-down comms is so old school! “The strategy consultants come in, do their work, and document the new strategy in a PowerPoint presentation and a weighty report. Town hall meetings are organized, employees are told to change their behavior,...

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...

Your Strategy Should Be a Hypothesis You Constantly Adjust by HBR.org

strategy should be constantly evolving – not static or annual. This article on evolving strategy as you learn, goes to the heart of #stratapp. We wholeheartedly agree and go further to say that strategy should be given a heartbeat, freed from static documents that are...

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...

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...

Is Anyone in Your Company Paying Attention to Strategic Alignment by HBR.org

How to achieve strategic alignment at all levels, roles and generations. “All too often, individual leaders seek — indeed are incentivized — to protect and optimize their own domains, and find themselves locked in energy-sapping internal turf wars, rather than working...

How to Run a Company with (Almost) No Rules by Ricardo Semler

Ricardo Semler shot to fame with his book Maverick, an inspiring fresh take on org design and engagement. Ricardo Semler shot to fame with his book Maverick, which cut to the core of empowering employees, whilst pragmatically addressing human constraints and positive...
Smash your Goals with Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

Smash your Goals with Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

While organizations and startups may have heard about OKRs, most of them are probably new to this kind of organizational and management concept. Considered to be the father of management science, OKRs were first introduced by Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel. He...

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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...

read more
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...

read more
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...

read more
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...

read more

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