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The Strategic Value of Values – Part 4

By Tom Ambler, Senior Consultant Note:  This article is part of a series taken from Thomas E. Ambler’s article The Strategic Value of  Values originally published in Compass Points in April 2002.  In Part 1, we introduced the series.  In Part 2, we discussed Values’ Value.  In Part 3, we discussed Market Value.  In this post we […]

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Chaos and Strategy

By Robert W. Bradford, President and CEO One of the underlying – and very human – desires most people bring to strategic planning is the desire to put things in order.  This is useful and desirable, but this desire often runs headlong into a messy fact about the real world that is unavoidable:  the world […]

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The Strategic Value of Values – Part 3

By Thomas E. Ambler, Senior Consultant Note:  This article is part of a series taken from Thomas E. Ambler’s article The Strategic Value of  Values originally published in Compass Points in April 2002.  In Part 1, we introduced the series.  In Part 2, we discussed Values’ Value.  In this post we will discuss Market Value. Market Value Now let’s […]

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What Went Wrong with Apple Maps? What Can We Learn from these Mistakes?

By Denise Harrison, Senior Consultant Apple is world renowned for its innovative product introductions –  but as you look back over history, there have been plenty of flops to go along with the successes. Think about Ping and Rokr – oops, you missed these? Most people did.  And, the introduction of the Apple Map application […]

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