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Fast Track to Success: Strategy

Everything You Need to Accelerate Your Career

David McKean

Publisher: Prentice Hall, 2009 , 207 pages

ISBN: 978-0-273-71990-8

Keywords: Strategy


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Get the results you want in strategy fast.

To move up the business ladder, you will need to get involved in creating strategy and gain experience in the more common strategic techniques. More importantly you need to focus on the really valuable activities — good networking, crisp planning and effective implementation.

Fast Track to Success: Strategy will teach you the key skills you need to excel in strategy and accelerate your career development. It includes:

  • Strategy in a nutshell — a series of FAQs to give you a concise overview of the subject
  • The top 10 tools and techniques to develop your approach to strategy
  • Advice on leading your team — how to decide your leadership style and build your team
  • Simple checklists to help you identify the strengths and weaknesses of your capabilities and those of your team
  • Tips on how to progress your career, whether it's your first 10 weeks in the job or whether you're looking to get right to the top

Don't get left behind, set out on the Fast Track today. For more resources, log on to the series website at

Table of Contents:

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  1. Awareness
    1. Strategy in a nutshell
    2. Strategy audit
  2. Business Fasttrack
    1. Fast Track top ten
    2. Technologies
    3. Implementing change
  3. Career Fasttrack
    1. The first ten weeks
    2. Leading the team
    3. Getting to the top
  4. Director's Toolkit
    • T1 Team strategy audit
    • T2 Strategy project checklist
    • The Fast Track way


Fast Track to Success: Strategy

by Roland Buresund last modified 2010-06-13 17:16

Rating: *** (Disappointing)

Well, it talks about the need for strategy, the need for teamwork, the need to define a strategy within 10 weeks, but then it lets you down.

OK, it has its points, but they are very few and very scattered. Absolutely not worth the money or bother to read. It exists better intro books and more deep books. Skip.

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