Good strategy almost always looks simple and obvious and does not take a thick deck of Powerpoint slides to explain.

It does not pop out of some “strategic management” tool matrix, chart, triangle, or fill in the blanks scheme.

Instead, a talented leader identifies the one or two critical issues in the situation – the pivot points that can multiply the effectiveness of the effort – and then focuses and concentrates action and resources on them.

Richard Rumelt



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