November 27, 2013

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

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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