Strategy is often thought of as the exclusive preserve of top management, but organizational alignment is impossible without everyone’s participation. “The purpose of an organization is to get ordinary people to do extraordinary things,” management guru Peter Drucker once wrote. But that’s only part of the story. For these “extraordinary things” to enhance the organization’s competitive effectiveness they must directly support the organization’s strategic goals. If a strategy exists only...Read the full article
Former CEO of international companies
Columbia Business School professor
Consultant to global organizations for creating winning strategies.
Creator of the Strategic Learning Process.
Author of the book, Strategic Learning