The new rules of management

“In an unpredictable world, trying to be right can lead managers terribly astray.” So write Rita Gunther McGrath and Ian C. MacMillan in their new article in MIT Sloan Management Review.

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“In an unpredictable world, trying to be right can lead managers terribly astray.” So write Rita Gunther McGrath and Ian C. MacMillan in their new article in MIT Sloan Management Review.

An interesting idea — but what’s the alternative to trying to be right? According to McGrath and MacMillan it’s a “discovery-driven approach” that encourages managers to test assumptions and compare strategic alternatives. Read the full article: “

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