Planning Review: Volume 23 Issue 3


Table of contents

Adaptive enterprise design: The sense‐and‐respond model

Stephen H. Haeckel

The sense‐and‐respond model of adaptive enterprise design offers corporations a new management tool for achieving competitive advantage in times of constant unpredictable…

What's new in financial strategy?

John Thackray

What's happening in the field of financial strategy? Have Chief Financial Officers forsworn synergy in favor of the holding company model? Have planning teams adopted most…

Putting the “Wow” back in strategy and marketing

Robert M. Randall

Tom Peters urges CEOs to keep people and parts of the enterprise continually reinventing themselves, and to keep looking at oddball sources for new technology and at…

Portfolio‐Plus: An analysis tool for strategic planners

John Sterling

Portfolio‐Plus, a PC‐based software tool developed by Strategic Dynamics, facilitates several common portfolio analysis techniques. In a special test for Planning Review…

Selective Insurance Corporation: Uniting reengineering and strategy

Michael K. Allio, Robert J. Allio

Selective Insurance, a mid‐sized regional property and casualty insurance firm, first mounted a classic strategy‐development effort and then implemented a reengineering…

A new methodology for business process auditing

Tom Housel, Valery Kanevsky

These phone company managers believe they have designed a practical methodology that will allow any company to estimate which reengineering projects have the most…

Quality Profiling: The first step in reenginering and benchmarking

Bradley T. Gale

To be most useful, your reengineering and benchmarking projects first need to examine the key processes that affect the way your customers perceive quality and value.



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