These past couple of weeks, I’ve been working on a map of the elements of what Rumelt calls the “kernel” of strategy, which consist of a diagnosis, the formulation of a … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I posted a general commentary about Richard Rumelt’s book Good Strategy / Bad Strategy: the Difference and Why It Matters. This week, I want to go … Continue reading
Given that my blog is called “the Strategic Lawyer” (and that I test as the so-called “mastermind rational” on the MBTI and Kiersy scales), it can come as no surprise … Continue reading
I recently started Richard Rumelt’s book Good Strategy / Bad Strategy. So far, it has been one of those books that actually has me exclaiming “Exactly! Yes!”. Part of it has to do with my previously-expressed frustration at the over-use of the word “strategy”.
“Strategy” is overused. The statement may appear to contradict what I’ve previously blogged about: how strategic thinking has its place at multiple stages of a given process, venture, or undertaking, in helping … Continue reading
I recently did the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (“MBTI”) test and came up INTJ. The indicators are based on where one is situated along a continuum between descriptors of how one … Continue reading