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'The book is short and snappy, making it ideal for leaders who don't have much time. The thoughts of interviewees are both clear and effective. It's a practical guide on how to make business strategy work.'
Director Magazine, October 2013
'This strategy handbook is easy-to-read yet challenging and pragmatic, plus it's glittered with quotes from highly successful businesspeople.' 4 stars
Talk Business, October 2013
“Highly readable while being challenging and pragmatic. Applying the advice in this excellent book will improve your strategic effectiveness.” Paul Walsh, CEO, Diageo
Built around interviews with over 100 leading executives, including Justin King (CEO of Sainsbury’s), Bob McDonald (CEO of Procter & Gamble) and Terry Leahy (ex-CEO of Tesco), Making Your Strategy Work offers clear insights into the realities of making strategy happen.
Short and sharp for time-poor managers, this enlightening read answers the big strategy questions:
With tips, checklists and pitfalls to watch out for, the instantly actionable advice is a must for anyone involved in business strategy.
Includes a foreword by Richard Koch, author of The 80/20 Principle and The Financial Times Guide to Strategy.
“An easy-to-read handbook that will benefit any executive looking to take their business to the next level.”
John Brock, Chairman, Coca Cola Enterprises
page turner tat emphasizes importances of simplicity in design and realism in executionPublished 12 months ago by M.V.P. den Hartog
Interesting read - the best bit about it is the calibre of the contributors, who are genuine business leaders. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alex
So many strategy books focus on refining intellectual strategies. The brutal fact that this book lays bare is that the most sophisticated strategies in the world will fail if they... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
must read book! -- pragmatic and insightful guide for executives looking to make a strategy stick. Comes highly recommended from other colleagues.Published 23 months ago by Richard