Strategy is all about practice

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Roger Martin in HBR.

Bottom line: If you believe that you can succeed more often than not in dealing with the inherent uncertainty of the future and you practice at laying out your logic, making strategic choices and assessing the outcomes, you will become an accomplished strategist.

A good principle to keep in mind while doing my work.


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