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2008 The Macropocalypse & Edge Competencies
2009 The Great Compression, Smart Growth & Constructive Capitalism





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Friday, April 04, 2008
 

The Crisis in Strategy


Hi guys, this week at my HBS Digital blog, we're zooming out to discuss how the banking crisis is really a crisis in orthodox approaches to strategy.

Sound like fun? It is - a really fun post to write, and hopefully to read too. Check it out if you're interested.

Thanks for all the comments and feedback over the last few days - it was very, very helpful. I have been reflecting on what you guys said, and am going to try and incorporate quite a few of your suggestions.

Here's how.

I will be writing quite a bit more frequently at HBS Digital - which is also where I am going to start adding things like frameworks, industry-specific posts, and suggestion threads - so please add it to your feeds/bookmarks/etc if you're so inclined, and hungry for this stuff.

And, of course, please let me know if this sounds good...!

-- umair // 4:50 PM //


Comments:

Yes, I shall like very much to read about frameworks and practical implementation ideas. It will also give you a nice proving ground where you can take things you may be pitching soon and allow for mass collaboration on them - adding value for everyone.

Looking forward to more posts, it's always a little blah when you go dormant.

Jason
// Anonymous Jason Schultz // 10:26 PM
 
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