Management and Strategy

Can neuro-atypical team members help improve the quality of decisions in teams responsible for the complex problem-solving in VUCA situations, such as in addressing strategy business transformation and innovation?

I enjoyed watching the ABC TV series ‘The Good Doctor’. Starring Freddy Highmore as the likeable Dr Shaun Murphy, an autistic surgical resident at a California

Today’s PPA webinar on ‘Transitioning from Founder-Led to Perpetual Governance Models’ with expert panellists, Rob Millard (Cambridge Strategy Group), Fernando Pelaez-Pier (F.Pelaez Consulting, fpelaez@fpelaezconsulting.com), David Shufflebotham (PEP Up Consulting), Claire Watkins (Buzzacott) and Zulon Begum (CM Murray LLP) was brilliant!

Above is a screenshot from the session of Rob Millard’s and David Shufflebotham’s excellent

The March 2021 edition of the prestigious Journal of Management Studies contains no fewer than three articles on the topic of business models versus strategy. What makes them different; in practice, does this matter?

Intuitively, clear differences do seem to exist in practice. Strategy, one might say, is about the “what” that firm leaders must