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I read both Good strategy bad strategy and this one on the go ignoring the fact both are written with a decade break...... lot to gain if one can grasp the concept well and it also comes with tons of case studies which are authors life journey as a consultant, but knowing a concept and appreciation are two different ball game as the latter comes with practice..... Strategy = identifying the key challenge + determine a guiding policy + strong implementation.... but he goes into the challenges and techniques for each of these as everytime we face a new challenge with a lot of uncertainty and how to navigate them .... he gives process which can be followed
I enthusiastically recommend Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters to anyone working in business strategy, consulting, or politics/campaigns. It's an important book, highly relevant, and has really impacted my thinking on (1) what strategy actually is and (2) how to go about shaping good strategy. I pre-ordered The Crux and was excited to have fresh material from Richard Rumelt, who I admire tremendously. Unfortunately, I don't think this book contributes or accomplishes much. It's not "bad," per se — at least not relative to the sea of mediocre, filled-with-fluff, dime-a-dozen books in the business/leadership space — but it never approaches the high bar set by Good Strategy / Bad Strategy.
You can pass on this one. Good Strategy / Bad Strategy is still a must-read. Then, if you want more, I would look to books like Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them; Winning on Purpose: The Unbeatable Strategy of Loving Customers; or Emotion By Design: Creative Leadership Lessons from a Life at Nike.