Gartner Fellow's Interview: Economist John Kay on Obliquity



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John Kay is an economist, author and journalist who is known for insightful and iconoclastic ideas. He has written a number of books, including "Obliquity" in 2010, which is based on the idea that "our goals are best achieved indirectly."

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • Introduction
    • The Need for Obliquity
    • Obliquity and Strategy
    • Obliquity and the CIO
    • The Future of Strategy
  • Recommended Reading
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