The Summer 2015 issue of Strategy Magazine, our acclaimed publication dedicated to helping practitioners improve their strategy formulation and implementation, is now available.
This issue’s central theme is strategy execution and how to deliver better results.
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The June 2014 issue of Strategy Magazine, our acclaimed publication dedicated to helping practitioners improve their strategy formulation and implementation, is now available.
This issue explores the meaning and importance of strategy in a world recovering from crisis. An understanding that the financial crisis may have been a failure of strategy as much as anything else comes with the inference that better strategy will be needed to make growth sustainable. An analysis by Andrew Smart finds that, in the wake of the downturn, when risk-taking is at the heart of both value creation and value protection, risk appetite needs to move out of the risk management toolkit and into the board and executive arsenal.
Yet appraising risk always involves quantifying an unknown to some degree. Operating in this information void can be challenging, as an investigation by Jack Springman and Ken
Whitton shows. Moving beyond analysing the past is crucial to avoiding strategic rigidity.
Hindsight is always 20/20, but Gill Ringland’s examination of scenarios generated around
China and India offers insights into the nature of scenario planning and its value.
This issue also gives us an update of what our SPS Fellows have been doing recently as well as their contact information.
To find out more of what it contains : SM32 Overview