“How Will You Measure Your Life?” by Clayton M. Christensen The book club at work are reading this book. So, I figured that I should give it a read as well. Given that the author is a Harvard Business School professor, the writing certainly reminded me of cases I read in business school. Although the […]Read more "Book: How Will You Measure Your Life?"
Here are my notes from the following sources: Bringing Science to the Art of Strategy, Your Strategy Needs a Strategy, and from Gina Airey’s talk on strategic planning. Problems of strategic planning: In some cases, “strategic planning does not product novel strategies. Instead, it perpetuate the status quo.” In other cases, out-of-box thinking “may result […]Read more "Creating a strategy"