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In his new book, London Business School’s Constantinos C. Markides explains how leaders can ensure that employees know how to deliver on a company’s strategy.
Author: Constantinos C. Markides | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Management, Organizational Behavior
A culture that doesn't just exist but that wins for your organization is one you must intentionally create. Strong organizations understand their unique culture, use multiple methods to continuously monitor the state of their culture and align the culture they want with business performance priorities -- like attracting top talent.
Authors: Nate Dvorak, Ryan Pendell | Source: Gallup Management Journal | Subjects: Culture, Hiring, Human Resources, Organizational Behavior
Boards only see what they’re presented with and can easily become passive recipients of agendas created by powerful CEOs and senior executives. And corporate failure raises questions as to what the board knew and what more it could have done. Board members can play a transformational role in a company by asking questions that create a space for deep reflection and strategic change — not … [ Read more ]
Authors: Andrew White, Eric Wilkinson, Tazim Essani | Source: Harvard Business Review | Subject: Corporate Governance
Last year, First Round Review started a podcast. What started as an experiment has turned into 30 episodes (and counting!) with incredible startup leaders all across the org chart at companies like Notion, Lambda School, Plaid, Segment and many more. To celebrate this milestone, they listened back to each episode and plucked out our favorite tidbits of advice from this collection of interviews.
Source: First Round Review | Subject: Management
Four questions to help you rethink industry logic and existing practices to prepare for a powerful comeback.
Authors: Renée Mauborgne, W. Chan Kim | Source: INSEAD Knowledge | Subject: Strategy
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A Model for Case Analysis and Problem Solving
An article by Professor Edward G. Wertheim, College of Business Administration, Northeastern University Table of Contents: I. Why We Use the Case Approach II. Your Responsibilities III. The Six Steps for Problem Analysis 1. Comprehend the Case Situation: Data Collection, identify relevant facts 2. Defining the Problem 3. Identify the causes of the problem … [ Read more ]
Michael Porter's Big Ideas
The world's most famous business-school professor is fed up with CEOs who claim that the world changes too fast for their companies to have a long-term strategy. If you want to make a difference as a leader, you've got to make time for strategy.
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Without well-developed decision systems and processes to address the complexities of capital allocation, organizations often resort to long, drawn-out debates; politicking and gaming the system; the gut instincts of a brave executive and staff; or deferring to quantitative analysis alone. With large amounts at stake, the opportunities for improved decision quality can be considerable.