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Changing my Tune: On Strategy

by Andrew White  |  July 28, 2020

Even before the COVID-19 Reset our advice concerning development of data and analytics strategy was focused on an outcome-based approach. Three years ago, we suggested that D&A strategy had been...

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The Re-balancing of Human’s Digital Needs

by Fabio Chesini  |  June 19, 2020

Society is increasingly following a digital-first strategy, working against the clock to migrate physical circulation into digital circulation, hoping to slow down the COVID-19 pandemic growth curve. The digerati (Amazon,...

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POST-COVID19 WORLD (III): Macroeconomics changes

by Daniel Sanchez Reina  |  May 22, 2020

This is the third (and last) of a series of articles about the world that awaits us out there. The perspectives showed in this article and their intensity will depend...

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POST-COVID19 WORLD (II): Politics and Geopolitics changes

by Daniel Sanchez Reina  |  May 12, 2020

This is the second of a series of articles about the world that awaits us out there. The perspectives showed in this article and their intensity will depend very much...

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POST-COVID19 WORLD (I): Societal and Microeconomics changes

by Daniel Sanchez Reina  |  April 20, 2020

This is the first of a series of articles about the world that awaits us out there. In this one I am focusing on the changes that will affect our...

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IT Really Doesn’t Matter After All, But Decisions Do.

by Andrew White  |  January 28, 2020

After reading A Random Search for Excellence (2009), a research paper from Deloitte Consulting, I was both fascinated, depressed, and intrigued. The research paper surmises that management books extolling effective...

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Clayton Christensen, a great person and a great teacher

by Mark P. McDonald  |  January 26, 2020

Recently we lost a humble giant of strategy, executive education and good people. The Wall Street Journal on Saturday featured an obituary for Clayton Christensen.  I had the honor of...

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What is a Turn?

by Mark P. McDonald  |  December 2, 2019

A turn represents the context behind proactive and productive change. Turns hold a particular spot on the change spectrum covering the middle ground which is often missing from most corporate...

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Hurrah for Hoshin

by Mark P. McDonald  |  October 8, 2019

Today’s Wall Street Journal article on Larry Culp and his plans to fix GE included this “Now Mr. Culp has begun rolling out Hoshin Kanri, a Japanese strategic planning process...

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Digital, Strategy and Design

by Mark P. McDonald  |  February 26, 2019

Digital leaders have salient views of the future based on a deep understanding of the customer.  They create approaches to engage customers in that future.  In consulting terms, digital leaders...

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