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Developing an Open Strategy

Join Warwick Business School’s Christian Stadler and learn how to engage technologists, frontline employees, customers, and even competitors to develop a winning and open strategy

 

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In the ancient Chinese manual, The Art of War, military strategist Sun Tzu advised generals to keep their plans to themselves if they wanted to defeat their adversaries. “By discovering the enemy's dispositions and remaining invisible ourselves,” he wrote, “we can keep our forces concentrated, while the enemy's must be divided.”

Most executives and managers today take such advice to heart, zealously guarding their core strategies as well as the thinking, market data, and product information that contribute to them.

But what if they’re wrong? In this webinar with Warwick Business School’s Christian Stadler – an expert on long-term success and long-living corporations - you will learn why companies should open up their strategy, and crucially how they can go about it.

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Developing an Open Strategy

Speaker: Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management, Warwick Business School

Date: Wednesday 6th November 2019 │ Time: London 14:00; Paris 15:00; New York 9:00

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Under an obligation to deliver sustained profitable performance in a highly competitive fast-changing world, companies can not afford to be too insular in their strategic thinking. They need to listen to a wide range of diverse voices to have the best chance of success. In this webinar Christian Stadler considers why and how to go about this.

Christian StadlerAbout the speaker: Christian Stadler is an expert on long-term success. For the past decade he has devoted his energy to the investigation of long-living corporations - how they grow, adapt, and consistently beat their competitors. His work has been featured in the Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Bloomberg Business Week, Fast Company, Fortune/CNN, and the BBC, and has been translated into 11 languages.


Warwick Business School is a leading thought-developer and innovator, in the top one per cent of global business schools.



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