Rita McGrath

Planning and control processes depress variance in favor of better near-term performance. Performance looks best when variance is limited, but that’s a terrible place to be when things change.

If you’re thinking strategically today, you need some way of keeping uncertainty alive and kicking, of maximizing rather than minimizing variance.

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