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To generate a strategy, one must put aside the comfort and security of pure deduction and launch into the murkier waters of induction, analogy, judgment, and insight.
Thinking it through can be done by using one or more of the following approaches:
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A good strategy works by harnessing power and applying it where it will have the greatest effect.
A proximate objective names a target that the organization can hit or even overwhelm
A bad strategy isn’t miscalculation, it’s avoiding the hard work of crafting a good strategy. Good strategy means making priority choices.
Success isn’t just about what your organization does, it’s also about blocked or failed competition
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Focus is attacking a segment of the market with a system supplying more value to that part of the market than anyone else can.
Airline deregulation: Even after deregulation ended, airlines used the same rules of thumb they’d used during the period of regulation
Consider the habits, preferences, and policies of others together with inertias and constraints on change
Systems have a chain-link logic when performance is limited by the weakest subunit or link.
Even after AT&T lost its position as a regulated monopoly, its old non-competitive routines stayed in place even after management wanted to shift the company to a competitive footing
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An epic thought by the writer of 'Good Strategy, Bad Strategy'.
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