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Selected Case

published: 31 Oct 2008

  • Topic: Strategy
  • Region: Global

Abstract:
The Blue Ocean Strategy implementation self-diagnostic is comprised of a series of probing questions that offer executive participants a practical tool for assessing the level of organizational hurdles that exist in their organization and the effectiveness of past and future strategies to overcome them. The diagnostic is divided into sections addressing the four key organizational hurdles (cognitive, resource, motivational, political) and one section on fair process.

Pedagogical Objectives:
The teaching objectives are: (1) to offer executive participants a practical tool to assess the level of organizational hurdles that exist in their organization; (2) to identify areas of improvement or challenges in the organization of the participant; and (3) to provide a period of self-reflection in which to link the participant's learning within the classroom with real world application. A teaching note is available to accompany this case.

Keywords:
Tipping Point Leadership, Fair Process, Blue Ocean Strategy, Cognitive Hurdle, Resource Hurdle, Motivational Hurdle, Political Hurdle

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