RALEIGH, N.C., March 16, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- What makes a good strategy? The answer to that question has filled thousands of business books already. "But before we can discuss good strategies, we have to understand the characteristics of bad strategies," said Chris Stern, Chairman and CEO of the Institute for Efficient Management. He added: "There are two kinds of bad strategies: Those crafted by incompetent management, or fundamentally good strategies that had a chance to succeed, but were later screwed up by unfortunate circumstances."
In his new chapter on BizIsSimple.Com, Stern concludes that companies with incompetent or indifferent supervisory boards almost always end up with bad strategies. This often opens the door for bad people to infect a company. Once evil subjects have succeeded hijacking an organization, its failure is just a matter of time. Stern concludes: "The reason why this happens is the general believe in the good of people. Good executives tend to give people who had issues in the past a second chance. Evil people know how to abuse this to their advantage. The bitter-sweet icing on that cake is that their success typically is short-lived."
"Of course, business life is complicated, and there are situations when even a visionary leader cannot prevent a situation from becoming unfavorable. The principles discussed in this chapter may help readers to keep their eyes open and their backs covered," continues Stern, "because, if you tolerate the wrong people getting their hands on the reins, good strategies can get on a bad track very quickly".
The goal of BizIsSimple.com is to look at business administration in a new and more practical way and to help readers find tools they can immediately apply in every day business life.
The web book will be an ongoing work. In contrast to paper publications, the author can add and change content based on readers' input or updated knowledge. The third chapter is called "Bad Strategies" and is available for immediate reading at http://www.bizissimple.com.
Every chapter comes with a downloadable presentation and the author plans to add video sequences in the near future. Until further notice, access to the site is free of charge.
IFEM Management Consultants Inc, doing business as Institute For Efficient Management, is a management-consulting firm that delivers integrated business administration solutions for organizations that need to simplify the processes of strategic and business management. IFEM helps its clients design and implement strategic plans that are highly efficient and effective. IFEM's founder Chris J. Stern is best known for his statement that "business is simple until academics and consultants make it complicated". IFEM serves corporate customers throughout the United States and Europe, and specializes in improving the performance of U.S. subsidiaries of European companies and EU subsidiaries of U.S. companies. Click here to read the IFEM Website and to contact IFEM. To read the web book on bizissimple.com, click here.
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