“A good plan, violently executed now, is better than a perfect plan next week.”
– George S. Patton
– William Hutchinson Murray
– Tormala & Rucker
– Steven Sloman & Philip Fernbach
In an earlier post I used the metaphor of driving a car in fog to describe the strategy process. As argued there, strategy can be seen as a process which is focused on closing emergent gaps between what is and what should be. In this post I’d like to go a little bit deeper into this idea.…
Strategy is mostly seen as a process with a discrete start (an analysis, a new mission, a new CEO, an external event, and so on), a discrete duration (a strategy for 2020, a 3-year plan and so on), and a discrete ending (a written plan, a successfully executed strategy, reaching a particular goal or milestone,…
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