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Saturday, August 5, 2017

To succeed at strategy, you have to move fast … AND slow — Wilson Growth Partners

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The key to strategic management lies in balancing fast decision loops with slow decision loops. Geoff Wilson The longer I live, the more I realize that life is all about the pace at which you make decisions. But that doesn’t always mean really fast is best. I’ll use the concept of the “OODA loop,” made famous by Air Force Col. John Boyd. The idea is that strategic action depends on establishing and executing on decision loops that run from observation to action and back again. OODA stands for…  show all text
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