Monthly Archives: March 2017

Bias not built for the networked age is our 21st century “rock in the road”

By Raphael Louis Vitón If victory today depends on sustained innovation, then our lack of cognitive diversity and our default/counterproductive biases will continue to be the primary obstacle (rock in the road) to designing and implementing a new, winning strategy. … Continue reading

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Are people undermining your strategy (execution)?

By Tim Altaffer and David Kallás Strategy execution is a central issue for companies and their directors. Academics and executives have long been researching for the best theories, practices and effectiveness. Studies have found that two-thirds to three-quarters of large … Continue reading

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