Learning from what? Organisational learning and the construction of history
Learning from experience doesn't happen as often as you might expect. Here are some ideas on why, and what to do about it.
Unintended strategies - and how to be good at them
A summary of an article on the limitations of planned strategy models, the role of Emergent Strategy, and concrete practices which can make the processes of emergent strategy more effective. The full article is published in the March 2006 issue of Control, the magazine of the Institute of Operations Management.
The deep reasons behind project failure (PDF, 74kb)
Based on a lecture given at the University of Greenwich, this article looks at the failure to apply widely-known "rules of success" in many projects, and examines some deep-seated reasons why this should happen so frequently.