An organizing principle is a guiding idea that is used to direct a society, organization or initiative. An organization may develop a complex set of principles, strategies, policies and procedures but it typically only chooses a single organizing principle. In many cases, an organizing principle is enshrined in an organization's mission statement.
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An extensive list of business strategies.
A reasonably comprehensive guide to strategy.
The difference between a baseline and a benchmark.
A definition of strategy vs tactics with two examples.
A list of common competitive advantages.
A list of macro environment components.
The difference between competitive advantage and distinctive capability.
An overview of a common business strategy.
A definition of restructuring with examples.
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A list of interesting business theories.
A definition of knowledge work with examples.
A list of social processes, absurdities and strategies related to office politics.
A guide to product development.
The differences between types of knowledge.
An overview of the trough of sorrow.
A list of common business models.
A list of things that marketers do.
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