Companies today face intense competitive pressures and challenges. In response to this they have implemented more and more strategies in an attempt to stay ahead. From marketing and digital strategies to global strategising in an attempt to capture worldwide business opportunities, organisations are becoming overwhelmed.
A consequence of this is the burden placed on employees to achieve more than ever with limited resources. And ultimately, these initiatives often don’t result in better corporate success.
In this webinar, Felix Oberholzer-Gee of Harvard Business School, explores how companies can eliminate this kind of strategic overload. At the core of his message is the idea that leaders can make their strategy more powerful by simplifying it.
Felix shares the elements of his proposed value-based strategy, which is a framework that will help your business to create greater value for your customers and employees, while still achieving sustainable financial success.
Felix Oberholzer-Gee is the Andreas Andresen Professor of Business administration in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School. Felix’s research and consulting focus on competitive strategy, international competition, and non-market strategy. His new book Better, Simpler strategy is a guide for making better strategic decisions and was named one of the best strategy books of 2021 by strategy+business magazine.
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