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From Woe to Flow : Validating and Implementing Strategies, Hardback Book

From Woe to Flow : Validating and Implementing Strategies Hardback

Description

Large-scale, complex systems like the health sector or transport are achallenge to manage; traditional strategic approaches often fail due to thediversity of different stakeholders and the lack of a cohesive strategy languagethat all within it can understand.

What is needed in such systemsis a new, fresh, scalable, "open source" framework: one that is "editable"by those at all levels within the organisation. This book provides practitioners and managers within any organisationwith a 9-stage modular toolkit for all strategic steps.

Utilising PhilDriver's PRUB framework, which innovatively centres on end-user actionsinstead of benefits - what do you want to do? - it enables all stakeholdersfrom entry level to executive to actively participate in strategy validationand implementation.

This book will enable practitioners with skills inany one of the 9 stages to enhance their skills in that stage but also, mostimportantly, to link their work in any one stage with all the other stages. The book will also help senior executives to coordinate the full 9-stagesequence in large-scale and complex environments. Following on from Phil Driver's groundbreaking Validating Strategies,this book covers all 9 stages of strategy, from end-user engagementthrough to post-implementation review.

It will prove game-changingreading for any manager, executive or practitioner that needs a moreeffective strategic approach, manages a large or complex system in thepublic sector, or wants to enable and empower talent at all levels of theirorganisation.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 248 pages, 33 Line drawings, black and white; 8 Tables, black and white; 41 Illustrations, black and
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Business strategy
  • ISBN: 9781138598621

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