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Outthinker Networks’ 2024 Strategy & Innovation Summer Reading List 

Click here to listen to an AI recording of this post. For strategy and innovation leaders, staying ahead of the curve is crucial. Our annual Outthinker summer reading list aims to bring you the most impactful and thought-provoking books that are shaping our field. Throughout the year, we’ve curated this list from member recommendations, the …

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Macroeconomic Insights and CSO Career Paths: Key Takeaways from Outthinker Networks’ Strategy Roundtable in New York

This audio was recorded by an AI program. On June 12, 20 chief strategy officers (CSOs) and innovation executives convened for a roundtable in New York City. The event, hosted by Heidrick & Struggles in the iconic One Vanderbilt building, brought together peers leading strategy and innovation across organizations and industries. One Vanderbilt, a sleek …

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The Lens for Today’s Disruptive Trends: Understanding Proximity

The Increasing Pace of Change  Corporate leaders and strategists today express feeling overwhelmed. They are trying to keep pace with and make sense of a proliferation of potentially disruptive trends, including generative AI, 3D printing, digitization, robotics, and a flood of data, and all of this is happening within a context of increasing change – …

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The Hidden Secret to Scaling Success: Buy Low and Sell High with Customer Lifetime Value

If there is any law in business that would be Newtonian, fundamental, or the first building block of all knowledge, it would be this: You buy low and sell high. Empires were built on this principle. Thousands of years ago, traders and merchants made their living off it. Whether oil or fine china, wine or …

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Five Ways to Measure Organizational Culture

As Peter Drucker famously observed, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” An organization may develop an airtight strategy on paper, one that is consistent with what the company says it values and with the initiatives everyone agrees are most important. But when it comes down to it, strategy is lived and breathed through culture. Chief strategy …

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