Amid constant change, today’s linear approach to strategic planning may no longer be the best strategy. Instead, says author Ed Muzio, use an iterative approach by adjusting your future plans on a step-by-step, look-listen-and-learn basis. Drawing on seven decades of management research, Muzio packs this practical manual with solid information on how companies should learn from experience, test and iterate. His techniques will help managers increase team productivity and organizational effectiveness.
About the Author
Ed Muzio, CEO of Group Harmonics and author of the award-winners Make Work Great and Four Secrets to Liking Your Work, is a leader in applying application of analytical models to group and organizational effectiveness.
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