Judgment and Strategy

Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press (2018)
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This book re-orients our thinking about strategy away from its being a mode of control and towards its being one of self awareness. The author defines strategic inquiry as the undertaking of successive attempts to present an organization to itself and others. This, the book argues, is an activity of judgment, not decision.

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Robin Holt
Copenhagen Business School

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