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Return to Book Page. Preview — The Strategist by Cynthia Montgomery. Based on an acclaimed professor’s legendary strategy course at Harvard Business School, The Strategist offers a radically new perspective on a leader’s most vital role. It’s not a question they anticipate or care much about on opening day. But by the time the program ends, they cannot imagine leading their companies to success without being—and living the role of—a strategist.
Over a series of weeks and months, Montgomery puts these accomplished executives through their paces. Using case discussions, after-hours talks, and participants’ own strategy dilemmas, she illuminates what strategy is, why it’s important, and what it takes to lead the effort.
En route, she equips them to confront the most essential question facing every business leader: Does this company truly matter?
In doing so, she shows that strategy is not just a tool for outwitting the competition; it is the most powerful means a leader has for shaping a company itself. The Strategist exposes all business leaders—whether they run a global enterprise or a small business—to the invaluable insights Montgomery shares with these privileged executives. By distilling the experiences and insights gleaned in the classroom, Montgomery helps leaders develop the skills and sensibilities they need to become strategists themselves.
It is a difficult role, but little else one does as a leader is likely to matter more. Hardcoverpages.
Published May 8th by HarperBusiness first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Strategistplease sign up. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [factors that have to be considered when formulating a strategy? Thejas There are many.
Primarily outside forces such as industry dynamics, competitors, economy followed by suppliers and any substitutes that may wipe out …more There are many. See 1 question about The Strategist…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Sep 18, Grant Xavier Storer rated it it was ok Shelves: Good material, except I heard it better from “Start With Why”. This approach of finding your core identity and building your business on that basis was way too academic and not really that reader friendly.
Start With Why was probably the most influential book I’ve ever read, so reading it again in this version was very disappointing. This is the second time I read this book and it was worth it. The first time I was shifting careers from a day job in a big company to a family owned business.
At the time I felt that this book does give some important insights. Nearly 2 years down the line, I found the book does have practical aspects in it related to strategy and leadership alike. The author believes the two are inseparable. Being a strategist is not enough, you need to be the “strategist your company needs”, understanding the This is the second time I read this book and it was worth it. Being a strategist is not enough, you need to be the “strategist your company needs”, understanding the market forces, capable of creating value Strategy Wheeland finally taking stewardship of the process.
The heart of all this is the purpose; why does your company exist? I thoroughly enjoyed the book and marked it as a reference that I will be going back to when crafting my own organizational strategy.
I highly recommend this book! View all 3 comments. Mar 11, Alex Timberman rated it really liked it Shelves: Cynthia Montgomery is a professor at the Harvard Business School. She is influenced by another professor there, Michael Porter, and his work on strategy and the 5 forces.
This book is a short read on what strategy is about and on who is responsible for making the strategy: There is nothing technical or fancy here or even remarkable like say Blue Ocean Strategy but she does a good job of clearly laying out the basics: A purpose is different from the mission statement in that every part of the firm through its value chain is affected by it.
From the very top, a purpose is formed, and everything and every part in the firm should revolve around that purpose, except when times call for a change in purpose. I found this book a good read to ground me back into the basics on what leadership and strategy is all about.
Mar 26, Thejas rated it really liked it. Should Apple get into the business of Avacado cultivation? Talking about Strategy sounds cool, so many people do it, especially if you are a newly minted MBA.
Unfortunately, the perception of most people about Strategy is to solve the puzzle and declare it done. Sometimes it may be an internal team but many times it involves the use of an external Consulting firm with complicated montgomerh frameworks.
The book talks about some montgomerry cases but is mainly focused on recommending the leaders of the Should Apple get into the cyntjia of Avacado cultivation? The book talks about some strategy cases but is mainly focused on recommending the leaders of the firms such as CEOs or business owners to be active strategists who build, monitor and tweak the company strategy depending on the outside forces.
Maybe Apple should not go into Avacados, but Cynthia recommends that Tim Cook be more involved in that decision than anyone else.
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Oct 14, John Seno rated it it was amazing. Overtime I’ve come to the realization that an exceptional business or any enterprise is built around a profound purpose.
Traditional strategy cybthia like SWOT analysis or Porter’s five forces are essential but on their own they cannot carry the weight of an enterprise. For that we turn to the vision, to the strategists, to the one’s who live strategy and accept it as an Unending way of life.
This book is about the Strategist and how to acquire a strategic thinkers perspective. Because in a world Overtime I’ve come to the realization that an exceptional business or any enterprise is built around a profound purpose.
Because in a world estrahega perfect information is not available quantitative models will not win the game, only a clear perspective and strategic choices will. Aug 27, Mat Davies rated it really liked it. I first read this book in I still use some of the ideas as activities such as the strategy wheel in my day-to-day job.
I also found this book very readable and clear. Pemimpin bisnes yang baik perlu ada matlmat yang jelas dalam organisasi. Ap yang ingin kita capai dalam bisnes. Apa yang akan jadi pada dunia jika bisnes kita tidak wujud. Buku yang menarik dan boleh buat kita berfikir semula arah tuju kita dalam bisnes.
Jan 31, Adek rated it really liked it. Surprisingly, Montgomery said most leaders in her class are not sure about what their firm purpose is. A good purpose is ennobling, put the stake in the ground do this and not thatand cyntiha the firm distinct. Second, it looks like Montgomery is influenced by another HBS professor, Michael Porter with his 5 competitive forces.
Her point is that no matter how good the strategy and the people who run it, there are always forces beyond your control, that shape each your industry competitive landscape. Those who are the most successful leaders acknowledge the crucially importance of picking the right playing field.
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Every good strategist should identify and understand the competitive force in their industry, and know how to respond these esstratega their strategy. She gives examples of Warren Buffet and Jack Welch. Third, the classic yet the most important part that she emphasis in this book: Yet, rarely can strategy be so neatly contained. No matter how compelling, no strategy is likely to be a sufficient guide for a firm that aspires to a long and prosperous life.
She gave example Apple story here. May 19, Synexe rated it liked it. As the author points out, strategy and execution are not two separate endeavours but are instead two-sides of the same coin. This is how you achieve long-term organizational success.
Rather, the key lesson for this book is, as the title suggests, an explanation of what it is to be a strategist. With a nice balance of theory and practical advice the book provides a good introduction to the idea of strategy while ensuring that readers realize that strategy and strategizing are dynamic processes that necessarily involve change.
Aug 02, Siim rated it liked it. This book is based on the strategy course this seasoned professor teaches at Harvard Business Monntgomery. It reads like it. I know, I’ve taken strategy courses at business schools. I’ve always found that the biggest benefits from taking courses in business school are: It serves more to take the course.
However, it’s a short read, a couple of hours, and you will still get: