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The book has many tools and frameworks that one can use for strategic thinking. Author Rich Horwath explains the three keys to hhorwath thinking, breaks them down into simple, attainable skills, and gives you practical tools to apply them every day, providing managers with a clear path to mastery of the three disciplines: Trivia About Deep Dive. A recent Wall Street Journal study revealed that the most sought-after executive skill is strategic thinking, but only three out of ten managers have this skill set.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. Deep Dive by Rich Horwath. Action-implement a system to guarantee effective execution of strategy at all levels of your organization Based on new research with senior executives from companies and the author’s experience as a thought-leading strategist, Deep Dive is the first book to focus on the most important level of strategy-you. Lots of valuable tips on developing and implementing a strategy with just enough wit and humor to make it an enjoyable read.

Rich Horwath is the CEO of the Strategic Thinking Institute, and has helped more thanmanagers around the world develop their strategic thinking skills.

This book helped me get a good grasp on concepts like purpose, mission, vision, values and strategy. Simple, effective description of strategy and how it should be formed. The inability to set good strategy can sink a company-and a leader’s career.

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Tomas Lundborg rated it liked it May 07, Overall, definitely worth reading for anyone involved in crafting corporate or even departmental or divisional strategy. Want to Read saving….

Deep Dive, by Rich Horwath

Steve Koscik rated it it was amazing Oct 04, Books by Rich Horwath. Mike rated it liked it Jul 07, I’d give it five stars, but for two things: John Towle rated it really liked it Jan 11, Bas rated it really liked it Oct 16, Darrell Jaggers rated it it was amazing Jan 17, I didn’t necessarily come away from Deep Dive by Rich Horwath is a decent overview of the basics of strategy. Allocation-focus your limited resources through strategic trade-offs 3.

I understand the marketing appeal of a comprehensive metaphor, but this was a stretch. Jun 19, Matt Witten rated it really liked it Shelves: Josh rated it liked it Jun 17, This was an interesting book.

Deep Dive by Rich Horwath

This book lit a creative fire in me like few others! There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Nick Starck rated it liked it Nov 10, He is the author of seven books, including StrategyMan vs. Dec 09, Tom Armstrong rated it really liked it.

Sharon Johnson rated it liked it Dec 11, No trivia or quizzes yet. Again, the arguments made are spot on, the insight provided is valuable, but the analogy to “illustrate” the point is terrible in horwxth couple instances.

Open Preview See a Problem? One thing lacking though are more concrete business real life examples that the reader can relate to.

Sara Dyer rated it liked it Oct 14, During one of the times in the book that the author goes deep, he provides his definition of business strategy as “the intelligent allocation of limited resources through a unique system of activities to outperform the competition in serving customers.

There are ton’s of great resources and div included in these pages, it’s a short read, and I image it’s one of those books I’ll norwath back to again and again.