Marc helps your organisation realise opportunities in one of the most transformational times in human history. To achieve this, Marc calls for a radical rethink of the three critical areas in which he specialises: strategy, culture and governance. The Financial Times calls his work “Inspirational, Refreshing and Insightful” and The Times compares him with the likes of Henry Mintzberg, Tom Peters and Robert Waterman. But “the main difference is that Marc’s exposé is more detailed and more grounded in research; none has offered such an elaborate, systematic approach”.
THE TIMES (UK)
'BOOK OF THE WEEK'
Challenging “delusional” approaches to strategy, the book races through how to create distinctive plans with both the customer and the workforce. The detailed glossary offers a mini-MBA of its own!
THE FINANCIAL TIMES (UK)
This inspirational book is ideal for energetic business leaders who are both thinkers and doers, who want to make a significant difference and most importantly, make things happen.
THE IRISH TIMES
A thoughtful book…written concisely and in an engaging style, Stigter and Cooper have produced a very worthwhile book here on the challenges of modern leadership.
Palgrave Macmillan (2015)
What Media Say - SOLVING THE STRATEGY DELUSION
What People Say - SOLVING THE STRATEGY DELUSION
Palgrave Macmillan (2015)
PROFESSOR PHILLIP DEWE, BIRKBECK, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
Don't be deluded that the strategic planning leads to strategic thinking. If strategic changes are to be realized then this book is a must for those who want to make that happen?
FONS TROMPENAARS, BEST SELLING AUTHOR OF 'RIDING THE WAVES OF CULTURE'
Solving the Strategy Delusion opens new windows for looking at realising strategy. It rewrites ingrained behavioural practises to fit today’s extraordinary strategic challenges.
KEVIN ROBERTS, FORMER EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN & CEO OF SAATCHI & SAATCHI
Solving the Strategy Delusion is a comprehensive and insightful remedy for the field of strategic change, and advances the subject in original ways. Everyone working at senior levels of business and policy should read this book. This is a fresh and decisive contribution to the canon of strategy.
TONY GILLIES, EDITOR IN CHIEF, AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS
This remarkable book is a survival guide for business leaders who have found the ground shifting quickly beneath their feet. But more than that it's a logical path forward showing us how to realise distinctive strategies by unlocking the energy of people within the organisation. It's clever and timely.
See. Think. Feel. Plan. Act. DIFFERENTLY
CITY A.M. (LONDON, UK)
Stigter and Cooper write engaging and entertainingly and their book offers up serious food for thought for directors and chief executives.
THE HR DIRECTOR (UK)
This book should be nominated for ‘Business Book of the Year’! It strikes a brilliant balance of being well-structured without feeling rigid, being evidence-based without being dogmatic, and it is well-referenced. Please buy, read, reflect on, and apply the learning from this book. It is that good!
The recommendations of Boards That Dare are undoubtedly sound.
What Media Say - BOARDS THAT DARE
What People Say - BOARDS THAT DARE
DAVID DE CREMER, KPMG PROFESSOR IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Companies need to adapt quickly but their boards often prove to be lacking agility in their thinking and acting. Luckily, Boards That Dare provides us with an in-depth analysis of why boards need to change and how they can best achieve that
ANNE FRANCKE, CEO, CHARTERED MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE (UK)
Boards That Dare offers an original and provocative look at how board cultures and behaviours need to change if companies are going to thrive responsibly in the 21st century.
PETER CHEESE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE, CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF PERSONNEL AND DEVELOPMENT (UK)
Boards That Dare provides great insights, challenging boards and executive management to drive for more sustainable and responsible business. It will take more will, more knowledge and insight, sometimes different capabilities, and also more courage - this book helps to lead the way.
ANDREW KAKABADSE, PROFESSOR OF GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP, HENLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL (UK)
Boards That Dare is a 'must read' bearing in mind Oxfam, Carillion and the concerns over FIFA, Getting our boards right is today's imperative.
Partners of Knowledge : Marc Stigter & Sir Cary Cooper
Marc and Sir Cary's productive Partnership of Knowledge has resulted in the release - to acclaimed reviews - of their first book Solving the Strategy Delusion together with the present release of their second book Boards That Dare.
They are currently undertaking research for their third book Making Culture Work, which will be published in 2019. Face-to-face interviews are being held within public, private, and non-for-profit organisations.
Sir Cary Cooper
Sir Cary is the 50th Anniversary Professor
of Organizational Psychology & Health
at the University of Manchester, UK.
He is Chair of the Academy of Social Sciences, Founding President of the British Academy of Management, Co-Editor of the Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, President of RELATE, and the author of many books and scholarly articles. Sir Cary is a regular contributor to TV and radio on topics in occupational psychology and health.
Sir Cary was awarded the CBE in 2001 for his work on occupational health and a Knighthood in 2014 by the Queen for his contribution to the social sciences.
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