Rethinking flawed strategies: Paul Brest links fuzzy goals to failed efforts

11/27/2013 |

Summary

Strategies need to be changed or abandoned when they don’t work, says Paul Brest, citing two examples from his tenure at the Hewlett Foundation. His axiom: “If the goals are poorly defined then it's almost impossible to develop a successful strategy.”
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