Managing from Clarity: Identifying, Aligning and Leveraging Strategic Resources

  • Publish Date: 2001-09-12
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Author: James L. Ritchie-Dunham;Hal T. Rabbino
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'Most organizations can't execute strategy. Complexity is their enemy. Managing from Clarity provides a roadmap for introducing systems thinking to your organization. Read it; it's a snapshot of how strategy will be managed in the 21st Century.'
David P. Norton, President, Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, co-author of the best-selling The Balanced Scorecard and The Strategy-Focused Organization
'If you're not a systems thinker, you're not a good business leader. A few born leaders do it through intuition. For all the rest, there's Managing from Clarity. The book will spell out for you how to build your strategic agenda and how to align your leadership team around it.'
Francis Gouillart, CEO, Emergence Consulting, co-author of the best-selling Transforming the Organization
'this book [turns] the art of system dynamics interventions into science for the first time. For those of us who live the successes and the frustrations of organizations every day, this is a gift.'
Jorge Rufat-Latre, Director, Strategos
'a powerful set of ideas and frameworks for anyone with strategic responsibility.'
Kim Warren, Teaching Fellow, Strategic & International Management, London Business School, author of Competitive Strategy Dynamics
'Finally, someone has harnessed the power of System Dynamics and crafted it into a useful tool for strategy development and strategic management . . . [this book] demonstrates the potential insight that can come from systems thinking and its power to align an organization around a single view of the business model and strategic direction.'
Michael J. Puleo, Director, Deloitte Consulting
'combine[s] the conceptual insights from the academic literature with the savvy of consultants to provide a sound approach to managing any organization.'
James S. Dyer, The Fondren Centennial Chair in Business, University of Texas at Austin
'an intelligent and vivid introduction to an extremely powerful set of concepts and tools for strategy development.'
Andreas Koch, Principal, L.E.K. Consulting