The Strategy Lessons of a Long Hike

“The brightness of big goals has a way of blinding their owners to the realities of great strategy.”  Ken Favaro, the lead principal of act2, shares his insights in this article published in Strategy & Business.  http://www.strategy-business.com/blog/The-Strategy-Lessons-of-a-Long-Hike?gko=d5b62&utm_source=itw&utm_medium=20161101&utm_campaign=respA

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Clayton Christensen: The Theory of Jobs To Be Done

Clayton M. Christensen‘s The Innovator’s Dilemma was a classic text on how companies fail. In a new book, Competing Against Luck, Christensen tackles the opposite challenge: how companies succeed. First lesson, discover what job consumers are hiring your product to do. http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/clay-christensen-the-theory-of-jobs-to-be-done?cid=spmailing-13556370-WK%20Newsletter%2010-05-2016%20(1)-October%2005,%202016

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