Strategy & Leadership: Volume 44 Issue 4


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Learning to be a leader

Robert J. Allio

The author believes it is possible to select a better strategy for improving leadership effectiveness. His hypothesis: although leadership cannot be taught, paradoxically…

How to make the whole organization “Agile”

Stephen Denning

Agile is the umbrella term for a family of management practices, which include Scrum, Kanban, and Lean. To investigate Agile management as it was being practiced in large…

A four-step blueprint for digital reinvention

Saul J. Berman, Peter J. Korsten, Anthony Marshall

Digital reinvention helps organizations create unique, compelling experiences for their customers, partners, employees and other stakeholders.

Four best practices for strategic planning

Nicolas Kachaner, Kermit King, Sam Stewart

The authors identify the practices that the companies that get the most benefit from their strategic-planning activities have in common:

Lord John Browne: beyond CSR – why business needs to engage more radically with society

Brian Leavy

This interview with petroleum executive John Browne, lead author of Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society, discusses sustainability practices…

The value matrix: a tool for assessing the future of a business model

Vladyslav Biloshapka, Oleksiy Osiyevskyy, Marc Meyer

Good companies innovate. In the process, they consider target markets, target customers, new product or service offerings, and the positioning of these relative to…

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