With nearly one-tenth of public companies disappearing each year, it’s clear that companies need to devote time to strategy. But far too many strategic-planning processes fall short—they make work but don’t offer insight. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Fouad Bendris’s insight:
Clearly, long-term vision, medium-term strategy, and short-term plans need to be revisited with different frequencies—and those frequencies need to reflect the particulars of the sector !
Source:: Strategy & Governance