In our recent research, we’ve found that fully three-quarters of the executives we surveyed at 120 companies around the world in 10 major industry sectors were well aware of the need to match their strategies — and the process by which they create them — to the specific conditions of their competitive environment. And yet, our research also found far too many were employing strategies suited only for predictable and immutable industries.
No I am unfortunately NOT surprised by this, but neither depressed… since this seems to be way it have to go i e companies don’t change and do consequently go bust and leave room for others… or?
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P A Martin Börjesson
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