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In the second of his lectures for Saïd Business School, Clayton Christensen gives an insight into the ‘panda’s thumbs’ of management thinking- dated practices that hinder management decision-making and the profitability of companies. He gives the examples of managers focusing too heavily on gross margins rather than net profit and refusing to reduce their production costs as a way of avoiding disruption by smaller companies. He then gives an insight his Job to be Done theory.
In the second of his lectures for Saïd Business School, Clayton Christensen gives an insight into management thinking and dated practices that hinder management decision-making and the profitability of companies. He gives the examples of managers focusing too heavily on gross margins
Deming’s 14 to Improving Processes and Profits! Excerpts from the Deming Library with Dr. Deming, Robert Reich, Lloyd Dobbins and Clare Crawford Mason.
Clayton M. Christensen and David Skok, NF ’12 talk disruption in journalism.
Michael Porter, a Harvard professor and expert on U.S. competitiveness, says chief executives must shift their thinking away from simply making money to also.For those interested in becoming certified in strategy development and deployment, visit TPMG website at: Certified Strategy Manager
Oklahoma State University alum, oil entrepreneur and billionaire Boone Pickens debuted his leadership speech at TEDxOStateU. Pickens gives tips and tricks for becoming a successful leader.
The voices of Mayo Clinic’s quality transformation share how the organization created patient-centered, reliable care across more than 70 locations. Hear from Dr. Stephen Swensen, M.D., a world-class radiologist and chief quality officer at Mayo Clinic; James A. Dilling, co-administrator of Mayo’s Office of Quality; and Martha McClees, director, Strategic Funding Office, Mayo Clinic.
This video was created through a partnership with Northwestern University, Mayo Clinic, and ASQ.