Thoughts on Management Innovation

The entire concept of Strategic Planning has to undergo a FUNDAMENTAL change, from focusing on what is visible to focusing on what is invisible, instead of focusing on visible opportunities, a firm has to focus on OPPORTUNITIES THAT HAS NOT ARISEN YET, BUT WILL ARISE TOMORROW, Given the pace of change today, TOMORROW WILL ARRIVE SOONER THAN WE ANTICIPATE, hence : LET US BUILD OUR TOMORROW TODAY BECAUSE TOMORROW ARRIVES SOONER THAN WE THINK.”

Posted by S Dasgupta, a researcher in strategy from India, Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, Pilani. (BITS-Pilani), on June 2, 2008, at HBSP Discussion Leader.

By Bernhard Hoetzl

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