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Henry Mintzberg
For , an effective positions itself in the marketplace for competitive advantage; for it executes excellently whatever position it has. Who’s right?
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John Grinnell Jul 14
Replying to @Mintzberg141
Both
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Jamie Dobson Jul 14
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Petr Knap Jul 14
Splendidly put - see you at the Drucker's Forum again?! Execution is key. But also letting strategy emerge in dirty interactions with customers not designed in a sterile "executive" room. Would like to merge disturbing ideas with passion for excellence!
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rogeliolopezmorelia Jul 14
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Both Sir
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Ilkka Haukijärvi Jul 14
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Doesn't 'executing excellently' hold the very premise of continuous repositioning (and improvement) of oneself within the marketplace?
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John Grinnell Jul 14
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What I believe is Porters greatest contribution is his view that: the more different and difficult to integrate predicts the longevity of a strategy. My example—deep “behind the barrier” psychology and pragmatic business management for financial result.
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Len Jones Jul 14
Excellence is THE competitive advantage
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Thomas Kutschi Jul 14
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Why should that be mutually exclusive?
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Sergei Brovkin Jul 14
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Henry, your “farfetched metaphor” of a potter with a lump of clay is incredibly appropriate today, explaining the shift from Porterian 5 Forces et al - to Peterian quest for Excellence. Actually, PREDICTING it way back in 1987!
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Henry Mintzberg Jul 14
Replying to @IHaukijarvi
Sometimes!
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Gideon Malherbe Jul 15
Replying to @Mintzberg141
Is he perfectly executing the delivery of plastic straws for McDonald’s or does he actually have a strategy to diversify?
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Naveen Khajanchi Jul 16
There is no wrong & right . It's all about the context in which we decide what to apply .
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Henry Mintzberg Jul 16
Replying to @GideonM
Sure. But do the best of diversification strategies come from formal analysis, or from the ground, via the people who get hit with ideas?
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