Book Summary: Preventing Strategic GridlockeBook - 2014
Despite the best intentions of an effective leader, it's not uncommon for a promising business strategy or initiative to grind to a halt as a result of organizational problems. This is the management equivalent of gridlock - where a company is unable to execute its strategy because of internal problems rather than external competitors. In Preventing Strategic Gridlock, Harper explains two approaches possible to avoid "strategic gridlock." First, by spotting the telltale warning signs early, you may be able to stop your organization heading towards gridlock. This is the preemptive approach. Secondly, if you do arrive at gridlock, understand how to break through the mist and get back to reality. This is where the U-N-L-O-C-K theory comes in. This is the reactive approach to gridlock. This book is very helpful for small, medium and large companies in virtually every industry as they strive to advance their business strategies.
Publisher: [United States] : Business Book Summaries : Made available through hoopla, 2014
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource