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By Dr. Carol A. Beatty, Senior Research Fellow, Queen’s IRC “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” — Albert Einstein People management professionals are often exhorted to become more knowledgeable about business strategy but many are discouraged by the jargon and the apparent complexity of the field. While it is true that a radical rethink of your organization’s strategy involves creativity and specialized skills, most regular strategic planning exercises do not require that level of sophistication. In this article, I will follow Einstein’s advice and aim to demystify the organizational strategy process by removing the jargon  [ Read More ]

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