Blue Ocean Strategy

Blue Ocean Strategy: Create Uncontested Market Space

The MGRUSH technique encourages different approaches based on whether your project is seeking incremental gain or requires real breakthrough. Blue Ocean Strategy promotes breakthrough thinking, justified by the higher profits such thinking generates among companies studied by its authors, Kim and Mauborgne.[1] The authors note the failures of companies over the past fifteen to twenty years—since the publishing…

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MG RUSH FAST Facilitation Leadership Weekly

Facilitating Speaker Content

During a recent four-day conference, we facilitated more than 20 speakers and multiple presentations with very distinctive topics ranging from embracing social responsibility to utilizing Google® Hangouts for small groups. Participants highly applauded our approach so we are sharing it with you, helping you become a more effective facilitator. Challenges Associated with Facilitating Speaker Content…

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'The Strategy' Compared to 'a Strategic Plan'

‘ The Strategy ‘ Compared to ‘The Strategies’ or, a ‘Strategic Plan’

“The strategy”, much like the term “quality” gets abused and should used very carefully. “The strategy” can be used unambiguously only when used with clear perspective. Be careful to distinguish between the working definitions of “the strategy” compared with “a strategy” (or “the strategies”) and contrasted with “a strategic plan.” To a sharp-listening facilitator, sensitive…

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