Strategy-Leadership - The Silent Killers of Strategy Implementation and Learning - Six silent killers of strategy implementation exist in most companies, but too many managers avoid confronting them. Leaders need to face these killers if they and their organizations are to learn and succeed
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Sloan management review. - Cambridge, Mass. : Alfred P. Sloan School of Management, ISSN 0019-848X, ZDB-ID 2418484. - Vol. 41.2000, 4, p. 29-40
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