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Top 30 Strategy Quotes

Monday, 14. March 2016

Some people have the gift to boil down complex issues into short, catchy statements. May it be with humor, charm, fighting spirit, or simply wisdom. In doing so, they inspire others to question their habitual ways of thinking and acting and even pursue entirely new paths in life. When it comes to strategy work, which requires not only a lot of creativity and flexibility, but also tons of persistence and persuasiveness, inspiring quotes may help to not lose sight of what really matters when struggling with stressful day-to-day work. Here is a list of our favorite strategy quotes...

In our previous two blog posts, we presented recent studies investigating the changing role of the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) in the organization and the importance of the CEO in communicating corporate strategy. Today we would like to take a closer look at board directors and the question of how they contribute to strategy work...

We would like to thank our readers for their wonderful support in the past 12 months and wish them all an enjoyable and peaceful Christmas and a good start into the New Year! We will be back in 2016 with more blogposts on everything related to strategy and strategic planning...

It is already becoming a tradition for SOLYP3 users to meet in Nuremberg during advent season to share and discuss fields of application and possible uses of the strategic intelligence software in a familiar and comfortable atmosphere. The 4th SOLYP3 Key User Circle on December 3rd was yet again well attended and showed impressively—thanks to the two exciting customer presentations and lively discussions—what the software is all capable of. As speakers, Marcel Bogumil of Otto Group and Christoph Steinebrunner of EPCOS, a company of the TDK Group, set valuable impulses for the successful event.

Today it is exactly four years ago that we started our SOLYP-Blog. Time for us to celebrate, reflect, and look ahead! From its humble beginnings in December 2011, the SOLYP-Blog has continuously evolved. Over the years, we were able not only to welcome many loyal readers, but also lots of external strategy experts as guest authors. Horváth & Partners, Kudernatsch Consulting, Murakamy, or, more recently, the Managmentportal.de, for instance, have contributed to the success of the blog and turned it into a high-level information and communication platform on strategic management processes in German-speaking countries.