Abstract: The success of strategy implementation typically depends on conditions we cannot foresee, and which will only become obvious during or after implementation. Resilience is about reducing success-dependency on unknowns. So, how can strategy be designed for implementation under a wider range of conditions, than can be foreseen? We investigated resilient behaviour in businesses implementing strategy under highly uncertain conditions. Some examples of their responces are represented in this poster.

Citation (APA): Wied, M., & Oehmen, J. (2018). Wrong, but not failed? Making strategy implementation resilient. Poster session presented at MIT System Design & Management Symposium 2018, Cambridge, MA, United States.

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