Preventing Strategic Gridlock: Leading Over, Under & Around Organizational Jams to Achieve High Performance Results
Preventing Strategic Gridlock
Review and Analysis of Harper's Book
The must-read summary of Pamela Harper’s book: “Preventing Strategic Gridlock: Leading Over, Under & Around Organizational Jams to Achieve High Performance Results”.
This complete summary of the ideas from Pamela Harper’s book “Preventing Strategic Gridlock” shows that despite the best intentions of an effective leader, it’s not uncommon for a promising business strategy or initiative to grind to a halt as a result of organisational problems. This is the management equivalent of gridlock – where a company is unable to execute its strategy because of internal problems rather than external competitors. In her book, the author explains two possible approaches to avoid “strategic gridlock”, and the U-N-L-O-C-K theory that will help you to break through the mist and get back to reality. This summary is extremely helpful for any company in virtually any industry that wants to advance its business strategies.
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