New Strategic Thinking: Why do Good Companies Go Bad?
9 Sep 2019
Henry Mintzberg sums up in his famous article "The Fall and Rise of Strategic Planning": Strategic planning told us something about how we think as human beings, and that we sometimes stop thinking. Why do some companies stop their thinking?
Strategic thinking includes finding and developing a strategic foresight capacity for an organisation, by exploring all possible organisational futures, and challenging conventional thinking to foster decision making today. If they have good strategy, why do good companies go bad? Their successes bring them into the Success Trap: Companies focus on the exploitation of their (historically successful) current business models and neglect to explore new business opportunity in which enhance their long-term viability.
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