Many of today’s largest companies are at junctures where there is opportunity to leave behind long-held assumptions about scale and market position. High-performance companies achieve their extraordinary success by balancing management’s concentration on gaining scale with a proportional focus on the mastery of distinctive capabilities and the creation of a high-performance anatomy. The scale-driven perspective is not without merit; it is simply incomplete.
Authors: Paul F. Nunes, Tim Breene
Source: Outlook Journal (Accenture)
Subjects: Management, Strategy