The value of this book for me is the way that Jeroen captures the key elements of strategy execution in simple and practical ways. Strategy is complex and strategic execution is complex. However he provides memorable shorthand models and images getting to the essentials that every leader responsible for executing strategy should have to hand.
Becoming more self-aware in how we make decisions.
This book by Nobel Prize winner, Daniel Kahneman,* offers a terrific addition to the coach’s toolkit and is packed full with fascinating insights that will help you in your coaching engagements. It was first published in 2011, so many of you might already be familiar with it.
In this book Mark Thomas sets out an approach to operating as a highly effective internal adviser or business consultant.
It is widely accepted that many mergers and acquisitions result in financial disappointment. Company A buys Company B only to sell it off five to six years later as it was not possible to generate the expected synergies or cost savings. Indeed numerous research and business school studies have show M&As to be a high risk business strategy.