Turbulence, Planning and Paralysis by Analysis

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Turbulence, Planning and Paralysis by Analysis

Igor Ansoff (1918-2002) was (one of) the first to recognize that the amount of strategic 'turbulence' (~pace of change) was increasing and to devise a structured strategic planning process to cope with this. But he also coined the humorous term 'paralysis by analysis', by which he warns for an excessive over-emphasis on strategic analysis and planning.

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