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Michael Troiano
Business strategy boils down to making a choice your competitors wouldn't. If you haven't, you don't have a strategy, you're just competing on quality of execution.
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Dan Scherlis 11 May 18
Replying to @miketrap
Yes, differentiation is underrated. And "same damn thing, but marginally cheaper better faster" runs unsustainable. Would you agree that "quality of execution" CAN win, but only when *qualitatively* better, because driven by (yes) novel choices? (E.g. Apple's UX & ID focus.)
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Michael Troiano 11 May 18
Replying to @Scherlis
I would. But it's competition by brute force and brute smarts, often a tough way to make a living.
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Joe Jerome 😘✌️ 11 May 18
Replying to @miketrap
The fallacy of the "execution only" crowd is that you'll be drafting an innovator. In other words, you'll be out-executing the innovators plan from last year. Or maybe one that you perceive incorrectly to be successful.
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