Well, it’s been said that you can find out a lot about just about anything on Wikipedia (although you should always double-check what you’ve found!). It was gratifying therefore to see that Discovery Driven Planning… Read more »
Archives for 2008
In an article by Graham R. Mitchell entitled Instill the Entrepreneurial Mindset, Mitchell refers extensively to Rita McGrath and Ian MacMillan’s publication Entrepreneurial Mindset.. For more information about the Industrial Research Institute, click here.
Discovery-driven planning. Happily, though, there are alternative systems specifically designed to support intelligent investments in future growth. One such process, which Rita Gunther McGrath and Ian MacMillan call “discovery driven planning,” has the potential to… Read more »
In an article entitled What Can You Do with a Liberal Arts Degree? Plenty!, Rita McGrath is quoted, “Employers are starting to value some of the skills a liberal arts degree teaches, including clear writing… Read more »
Doesn’t it drive you crazy when people hold big celebrations for nothing more than starting a big strategic move? Like the champagne that flows when M&A deals are announced, or the party accompanying a project… Read more »
BusinessWeek, in its December 31 year-end issue, reported on the activities of an activist website called “Catalog Choice” which promises to help people opt out of receiving unwanted catalogs. Apparently, so many people are irritated… Read more »
Colleagues Morten Hansen and Julian Birkinshaw posted a really solid piece in the June 2007 Harvard Business Review (which I’ve just gotten around to reading). Essentially, they argue that companies tend to focus their attention… Read more »