Monday, 30 December 2019
CHANGE SERIES - STRATEGY AND CULTURE
This is part of a series of blogs, posts and articles on managing change. Please feel free to comment, add feedback or perhaps share your own experiences, recommended reading or favourite resources from the internet.
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Does the management own the strategy and the board ticks off (approves) that strategy? Or does the board own the strategy and the management implement it? My global studies show this to be an utterly irrelevant question.
Best practice is that management owns the strategy and the board owns the culture.
It may seem incredibly distant, but I believe the idea of wisdom and the Socratic tradition applies as much to a modern twenty-first-century corporation. Many of the leaders in my research were reflective people, continually dedicated to learning more.
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