Strategy & Leadership: Volume 37 Issue 6


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Unique experiences: disruptive innovations offer customers more “time well spent”

David W. Norton, B. Joseph Pine

This paper, written by leading brand experience consultants, aims to describe how disruptive innovation occurs for experience offerings.

Strategies for winning in the current and post‐recession environment

Martin Reeves, Michael S. Deimler

The purpose of this paper is to outline a range of short‐ to medium‐term recession‐specific strategies designed to drive growth and ensure that a company survives this

Migration management: an approach for improving strategy implementation

Gary Getz, Chris Jones, Pierre Loewe

This paper aims to investigates a process called “migration management.”, which the authors, Strategos consultants, believe that most companies need to link strategy

What new general managers must learn and forget in order to succeed

Preston C. Bottger, Jean‐Louis Barsoux

This paper aims to highlight the surprises awaiting executives making the transition from functional to general management responsibilities – and offer a guidance system

Only the right people are strategic assets of the firm

David W. Crain

In service‐based industries employees are in direct contact with customers, either personally or electronically, completing transactions that are part tangible and part

A guide to choosing genuine opportunities for turnarounds

Robert M. Shaughnessy, Kathryn Rudie Harrigan

For corporations seeking to boost market share or gain valuable assets, compelling turnaround opportunities seem to abound. In this paper the authors, who are veteran

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