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The Nose Knows . . .

Several months ago I attended a panel discussion at London Business School hosted by the UK Turnaround Management Association.  On the panel were experts from the various professions brought in to deal with distressed companies – legal, operational, financial, advisory, banking and … Continue reading

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The Hidden Dimension of Strategy Validation

The logic of validation allows us to move between the two limits of dogmatism and skepticism. ~Paul Ricoeur It is too often the sad truth that the only way we find out whether a strategy was good or bad is … Continue reading

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Not McKinsey again . . . Upwards Feedback

A while back I wrote a blog about how it seems to me that McKinsey&Co. is becoming more of a publishing house than a value-add consulting firm.  Well, recently I received another article from the McKinsey Quarterly, this one titled  “Top … Continue reading

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