Book News: November 29th, 2001

By James L. Ritchie-Dunham and Hal T. RabbinoMost organizations can’t execute strategy. Complexity is their enemy. A shared model (vision) of the strategy is the best way to cut through complexity. Unfortunately, developing clear and compelling visions to guide organizations is an art mastered by very few leaders. System dynamics can make a science of visioning. Managing from Clarity provides a roadmap for introducing systems thinking to the organization. The book spells out how to build your strategic agenda and how to align your leadership team around it. It’s a snapshot of how strategy will be managed in the 21st Century.

Managing from Clarity: Identifying, Aligning and Leveraging Strategic Resources ISBN: 0-471-49731-2. Published by Wiley   <> Hardcover 246 Pages. 40 US dollars.

The second news item on the Customer Focused Government report in yesterday’s edition of Publicnet Briefing omitted the link to the document. The link is: