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Strategy Planning & Execution From A To Z: 100's OF COMMON WEAKNESSES & TIPS Paperback – March 26, 2011
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About the Author
The author is a leading international consultant in the USA, Canada, and MENA region with 26-years experience in organizational development, strategic planning, and performance management. He worked with the private sector in the USA as a consultant for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Institute and as a chief auditor for Holiday Inn Corporation, followed by aerospace industry, where he worked for world-leaders in this field, Aeroquip Corporation and Array Systems. In Canada, he assisted Honda of Canada Manufacturing for eight years by refining their planning and performance systems.
In MENA region, he worked in the organization development field with oil and gas corporations. He worked as a senior expert for UAE and KSA central governments where he advised on multiple public-sector projects such as National 2030 Vision, National Transformation Program (NTP), Public Social Agenda, Government 2030 ICT Strategy, Government Performance Management System, and Public Strategy-Budget Alignment. He assisted more than 94 government entities and private-sector corporations in developing their strategic plans and performance management frameworks. His current role is MENA strategy advisory executive director with Ernst and Young.
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Not Rachad Baroudi's Strategy Planning & Execution From A to Z. This book stands alone as a compact anthology and a critical review of previous strategy literature. Impeccably researched and well-referenced, the book does not miss any method or school of thought without capturing its essence in handy checklists and enough cues for further reading. To the unacademic yet seasoned corporate executive, reading through the book rings multiple bells and clarifies the origin behind various approaches one might have encountered over the years working in a corporate environment. Caveats in different methods are not left blind but underlined and exposed. On the downside, a back index is dearly missed: this is not a book to read and shelve away - one would want to refer to it back and again while considering to conduct any given exercise strategic in nature. Hopefully the second edition will include one.