Blue Ocean Strategy

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Guidance

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About 'Blue Ocean Strategy' Channel

Blue Ocean Strategy

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? Average Article Length

Short articles, prevailing on the channel, can be a good choice for 'Blue Ocean Strategy' if they’re going to gain their audience’s sympathy with brevity. Also, there are a few medium-length pieces.

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Intermediate readability level is common for 'Blue Ocean Strategy' articles as it addresses the matters that demand certain level of education to be understood. Sometimes the channel gets even more difficult by issuing pieces of advanced readability level (they make up more than one third of all content). In addition the channel contains some materials of a basic readability level.

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Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

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What motivated you to write an expanded edition of Blue Ocean Strategy?

[...] Blue Ocean Strategy struck a chord with managers and executives around the world when it was published in 2005. [...] edition of Blue Ocean Strategy? appeared first on Blue Ocean Strategy. [...]

What is new about the new edition of Blue Ocean Strategy?

[...] The original Blue Ocean Strategy stimulated organizations around the world to pursue “blue oceans” of uncontested market [...]

Have many blue ocean strategic moves failed due to the lack of blue ocean leader...

[...] First, while blue ocean strategy and blue ocean leadership are complementary, we should be clear that the implementation of [...]

Has blue ocean leadership been tested in practice? In what context?

[...] Over the past 10 years we tested blue ocean leadership with a number of companies in a variety of industries. The BRG example in our May 2014 [...]

Can blue ocean leadership be applied to small organizations?

[...] Yes, definitely. Blue Ocean Leadership works equally for large, medium and small organizations. In fact, one of the strengths of [...]

Can blue ocean leadership be applied to a small organization?

[...] Yes, definitely. Blue Ocean Leadership works equally for large, medium and small organizations. In fact, one of the strengths of [...]

What metrics and efforts are used to sustain blue ocean leadership?

[...] canvas tend to remain relatively stable. These factors are determined during the four-step blue ocean leadership process by subteams of senior managers, based on analyses of consistent findings from [...]

What is “alignment” and why is it important for creating blue oceans?

[...] for or with the company to execute the strategy). Creating a full set of consistent strategy propositions is essential whether a firm follows blue ocean or red ocean strategy. Where the two [...]

What could happen if, as a company pursues a blue ocean, there is a misalignment...

[...] When the three strategy propositions are not properly aligned, even a compelling blue ocean idea with an impressive market [...]

How do organizations pursuing blue ocean strategies ensure that value, profit an...

[...] fulfill this important role because they tend to focus on one rather than all of the three strategy propositions. A manufacturing department, for example, might neglect buyer needs, while a marketing [...]

How can disengaged employees be trusted to help chart the company’s future?

[...] blue ocean leadership process and create strong support and buy-in for the company’s new leadership practice. The post How can disengaged employees be trusted to help chart the company’s future? [...]

How do you protect engaged employees from disengaged ones?

[...] into engaged ones and make the engaged people more motivated by drastically improving leadership practice, instead of dividing the workforce into two groups and treating them differently. Our [...]

What is the Leadership Fair?

[...] dimensions of the profiles are determined once key factors reflecting the realities of leadership practice are identified and agreed upon. Usually, the dimensions and key factors of the three [...]

How do you establish the links between a certain activity and high value?

[...] of the major roadblocks to high motivation and engagement due to the existing leadership practice and what new pathways to high performance should be opened up. We call the former ‘ [...]

How can you turn disengaged workers into engaged ones?

[...] to employee engagement and motivation as well as creating new pathways to uplift leadership performance and business results. Based on the principles of fair process, blue ocean leadership is [...]

How do you distinguish between behavior and acts and activities?

[...] , gives leaders a more precise and easier-to-follow guideline on what to do to uplift leadership performance. By changing practices on key acts and activities, a leader’s actions will change and [...]

What happens when leaders aren’t capable of expected actions?

[...] back on to free up time and space for those they should focus on to dramatically uplift leadership performance. By focusing on acts and activities, the tasks for change are atomized. Instead of asking [...]

Does blue ocean leadership work in every culture?

[...] and a sense of ownership. On the other hand, it is designed as a controlled process where senior managers drive the exercises and make the analyses and top management makes the final decision based [...]

Does the blue ocean leadership process require a deep belief and buy in to be su...

[...] upon the principles of fair process: engagement, explanation and expectation clarity. Senior managers spearheading the process conduct interviews and draw canvases themselves. During the [...]

What is the Leadership Fair?

[...] include board members as well as senior, middle and frontline managers. The subteams of senior managers who have driven the process to that point and conducted interviews present the as-is and [...]

What metrics and efforts are used to sustain blue ocean leadership?

[...] factors are determined during the four-step blue ocean leadership process by subteams of senior managers, based on analyses of consistent findings from interviews at each management level. Unless an [...]

Is blue ocean leadership really ‘new’ in essence?

[...] First, traditional leadership development programs and theories normally look at the supply side and focus on who leaders need to [...]

How are the activities of leaders linked to their markets?

[...] them best serve customers and other key stakeholders. This is different from traditional leadership development programs that tend to be generic and detached from what firms stand for in the eyes of [...]

How do you distinguish between behavior and acts and activities?

[...] ,” we are specifying the key activities that move one toward being a good listener. Traditional leadership programs often focus on general behavioral styles, which are difficult to grasp and hard to [...]

What happens when leaders aren’t capable of expected actions?

[...] leaders a clear guideline to reorient their acts and activities. Compared with traditional leadership programs that often focus on attitudes and behaviors that can take years of dedicated [...]

Can you move disengaged employees to become engaged ones?

[...] no value to this overarching goal, and raise and create those that contribute to effective leadership. With “eliminate” and “reduce,” leaders cut back on the resources and costs [...]

How do you evaluate blue ocean leadership performance?

[...] faces, different organizations will have different criteria for evaluating what makes effective leadership. That said, there are a number of indicators – both quantitative and qualitative – that [...]

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What motivated you to write an expanded edition of Blue Ocean Strategy?

[...] Blue Ocean Strategy struck a chord with managers and executives around the world when it was published in 2005. [...] edition of Blue Ocean Strategy? appeared first on Blue Ocean Strategy. [...]

What is new about the new edition of Blue Ocean Strategy?

[...] The original Blue Ocean Strategy stimulated organizations around the world to pursue “blue oceans” of uncontested market [...]

Have many blue ocean strategic moves failed due to the lack of blue ocean leader...

[...] First, while blue ocean strategy and blue ocean leadership are complementary, we should be clear that the implementation of [...]

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