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"What is sometimes not appreciated is that there is no such thing as an 'optimal' strategy, calculated via some formal process. Intended strategies have no value in and of themselves; they take on value only as committed people infuse them with energy...."

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"What is sometimes not appreciated is that there is no such thing as an 'optimal' strategy, calculated via some formal process. Intended strategies have no value in and of themselves; they take on value only as committed people infuse them with energy...." --Henry Mintzberg
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Author:Mintzberg, Henry
Title:The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning
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Publisher:Free Press
Place (City):New York
Publication Date:1994
Pages:p. 172
Source Type:Book
Quote Number:19
Categories:Quotes, Strategic Planning