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Good decisions usually require both hard facts and a well-grounded hunch. Here’s how to identify and leverage your intuition style
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Purposefully deciding not to act when you easily could is an unheralded yet crucial strategic tactic

Knowing your intuition style is the first step to improving your decisions
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The arrival of self-driving vehicles and generational changes in consumer behaviour are forcing automakers to chart a new path

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It’s easy for firms to feel overwhelmed by outside forces. They shouldn’t: most challenges brought on by disruption are under the control of organizational leaders
intellectual property
For firms desperate to restructure, intellectual property is in an asset class of its own
Agility is an outgrowth of simplicity. And simplicity comes from a laser focus on the customer
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The cultural anchors that prevent a needed sea change in strategy
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If you need to kill complexity, here’s where you should train your guns
Don’t rely on logic and reason alone. Emotions, expectations, and the environment can all inspire action
Data are delightful but intuition is integral when sorting through options and setting a course. Here’s how to use experience and values to make the best decisions

There is a wide consensus that Canada's heathcare systems are operating nowhere near acceptable efficiency. The authors of this paper argue that the issue is not one of people but rather process.

Marketing strategy must begin with the question: What is the problem that consumers are trying to solve?
When acquiring a faraway firm in the same industry, companies too often scrimp on the “soft” intel

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