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Angry Birds tactics

Structure follows strategy… or does it?

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Structure follows strategy… or does it?

Do not compare yourself with your peers, it is the recipe for disaster. Company complacency is the biggest threat to companies today. Being happy and contempt with what you’ve got creates a company blind spot so big that no one will see the real threat before it’s taken a significant chunk of the market, if not all

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When your most valuable asset becomes your weakest link

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When your most valuable asset becomes your weakest link

Hiring top talent is a two-way commitment; the organization must be able to cope with the high-flyer and the new talent should be able to navigate the culture. This does not always happen and the results are devastating. Both parties must work for a way out to succeed

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Why organizations will not change

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Why organizations will not change

The business history books are filled with stories of companies failing big time - and for no apparent reason. I believe the main reason is the power of informal, internal networks

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Angry Birds Tactics combines performance and innovation

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Angry Birds Tactics combines performance and innovation

Is innovation and creative market adaptation not required in an ever-changing and increasingly complex business environment - in this view, does performance management not become an obstacle to reach the numbers instead of a stable road to success?

Performance management is a very effective tool to run organizations in a low-complexity environment, but to secure success in complex surroundings, it is necessary to create room for creative thinking and thus innovation

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