The Good Strategy Checklist
Mike Baxter’s new book, ‘The Good Strategy Checklist‘
Learn the fundamentals of strategy, discover the practicalities of strategic success and check if your strategy is good enough – all in a 3 hour read.
Distilled from the world’s experts in strategy, and tested in over 20 years of consultancy with some of the world’s leading brands, The Good Strategy Checklist distills the essence of strategy into 12 principles, each of which will teach you a deep insight into the nature of strategy and enable you to evaluate one aspect of your existing, developing or much-needed-but-not-yet-written strategy.
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