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McKinsey Quarterly: The perils of bad strategy

Like anything valuable, good strategy is rare. Richard Rumelt, UCLA professor, outlines 4 common ways that companies often fool themselves into a bad strategy in a McKinsey Quarterly article here. Based on his book Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters (2011) (affiliate link). Bad strategy definitely exists. I would argue that that many organizational “strategies” are… Read More »