By Roger L. Martin, A. G. Lafley
This is A.G. Lafley’s guidebook. Shouldn’t or not it's yours as well?
Winning CEO A.G. Lafley is now again on the helm of buyer items large Procter & Gamble. that will comprehend the method he’ll use to revive P&G to its former dominanceread this book.
Playing to Win, a famous Wall road Journal and Washington Post bestseller, outlines the strategic method Lafley, in shut partnership with strategic adviser Roger Martin, used to double P&G’s revenues, quadruple its gains, and bring up its marketplace price by means of greater than $100 billion whilst Lafley was once first CEO (he led the corporate from 2000 to 2009). The booklet exhibits leaders in any kind of association the right way to advisor daily activities with higher strategic objectives outfitted round the transparent, crucial parts that be sure enterprise successwhere to play and the way to win.
Lafley and Martin have created a suite of 5 crucial strategic offerings that, whilst addressed in an built-in method, will circulate you prior to your rivals. they're: (1) what's our profitable aspiration? (2) the place can we play? (3) How do we win? (4) What services needs to now we have in position to win? and (5) What administration structures are required to help our offerings? the result's a playbook for winning.
The tales of ways P&G again and again gained by way of utilizing this system to iconic manufacturers resembling Olay, Bounty, Gillette, Swiffer, and Febreze essentially illustrate how making a choice on a strategic approachand then making the fitting offerings to aid itmakes the adaptation among simply enjoying the sport and really winning.
Playing to Win outlines a confirmed approach that has labored for a few of today’s so much celebrated manufacturers and items. permit this booklet function your new consultant to successful, as well.
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