Scott Berinato, HBR Blog Network, September 5, 2014

Executives have taken to using the military acronym VUCA–Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity–to describe the world in which they operate and to ask that question: In a VUCA world, what’s the point of strategy? Strategy does still have a purpose, but building one in a VUCA environment requires more nuanced thinking. And treating those four traits as a single idea leads to poorer decision making. Nathan Bennett provides a framework for how you should deal with a world that includes V, and U, and C, and A.  […read more]