circumstances at the time they are made. The rational model of strategy that would appeal the FW Taylor (the father of scientific management) would be thought through in advance, top down and structured. The reality is that strategy formulation in the real world is somewhat less planned, bottom up as much as top down and more emergent than structured. Hence strategy appears through the mist as the organisation progresses rather than being a sought after destination. In What is Strategy and Does it Matter?
bias against innovation and the pressure to invest elsewhere, are special problems facing strong brands. They can be caused by arrogance but are more often caused by complacency coupled with pride and/or greed. The final reason is the pressure for short-term results that pervades organizations. The irony is that internal forces and biases, which are under the control of the organization, cause many of the formidable problems facing brand builders today. 1. Pressure To Compete On Price There
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structure of colonial society by the early 1930s. The emergence of Rasta during that period corresponds with so much that was happening around the world. Rastas could tell that social unrest in Jamaica was going to lead to a movement away from colonial rule and, having heard Marcus Garvey speak of the importance of Africa to black people in the New World, found in his remarkable success as a leader of thousands in the United States quite an amazing thing. Those who would presage the arrival of Rastafarianism