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By Gary Hamel, C. K. Prahalad

This is often an more desirable version of HBR article 94403, initially released in July 1994. HBR OnPoint articles comprise the full-text HBR article plus a precis of key principles and corporate examples that will help you quick take in and practice the thoughts. Is your organization a rule maker or a rule follower? Does your organization specialize in catching up or on getting out in entrance? Do you spend the majority of a while as a upkeep engineer retaining the established order or as an architect designing the long run? tough questions like those move unanswered now not simply because senior managers are lazy--most are operating tougher than ever--but simply because they might not admit that they're below absolutely accountable for their businesses' destiny. during this model from their upcoming booklet, Hamel and Prahalad urge senior managers to seem towards the longer term and reflect on their skill to form their businesses within the years and many years to return. developing the longer term, as digital facts structures has performed, for instance, calls for foresight. due to the fact switch is inevitable, managers needs to come to a decision even if it's going to ensue in a trouble surroundings or in a peaceful and regarded demeanour. Too frequently, profound considering the longer term happens merely while current luck has been eroded.

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