Category Archives for "Month: September 2009"

Gaining Strategic Alignment Between Business Units

By Robert W. Bradford, CEO/President The other day I was talking with a CEO about building strategic alignment between business units in his organization. I was intrigued, because my questions about the company’s strategic competency yielded a history of the company – but no clear sense of strategic competency. In other words, the CEO knew […]

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How Can Smaller Companies Compete and Win?

by Denise A. Harrison, Vice President Smaller companies often feel dwarfed by the giants in their industry, especially during tough times.  Often industry giants are better at weathering economic downturns with their wide array of resources. But Arena Resources’ strategy not only allowed the company to survive this economic downturn, but turn in exceptional performance […]

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