These can be applied to life itself
Nice blazer Donald
I like these management tips. Quick, to the point and very useful.
Pretty interesting, thanks!
Simplify Your Strategy
Any strategy that’s too complicated to execute isn’t a strategy — it’s a
book report. Here are three steps for breaking down complex strategies into
actionable, executable steps.
The best definition of strategy that I’ve ever heard of. Very nice!
back to the basic sometimes we forget to keep things simple
Professor Sull – Really enjoyed the article and video and have shared with
others as part of our strategic planning process. I created a summary in
Power Point and posted to Slideshare (dot)
net/modigs/simplify-your-strategy-14075165 for others to apply these
concepts to their business.
Great Video. Back to Basic. Simplicity is the key.
Professor Sull is on target. If you’re interested in what he has said, you
may want to check my most recent post. I’d be happy to discuss your
planning approach. johnson-woodford.blogspot.com
Excellent points here! For additional reading I recommend ‘Simplified
Strategic Planning’ by Bradford & Duncan with Tarcy. Thanks, HBR, for this
Say no more – that’s all we need to know.
We found that Donald Sull, London Business School professor, poses three
questions to break down complex strategies into actionable steps.
A book report? I don’t think you see the value of complexity.
Simplify Your Strategy—> +DBS Business Centers
Prof. Sull @simple_rules “Any #strategy that is too complicated to execute
isn’t a strategy, it’s a book report” http://ow.ly/lcoK8
Prof. Sull’s definition of strategy (how a firm creates, captures and
sustains economic value) is the same as that of a business model. What,
hence, is the difference between those 2?
Outstanding video, I will be using this for my lecture. Prof. Armstead
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