Strategy is hailed as the end-all be-all of business today but prior to the 1960s it did not even appear in business literature. However, with $30.5B on strategy consulting in 2016 alone, surely it is vital to organizational and project success. Project managers can’t afford to wait on a successful strategy to be build and implemented, yet when projects are delivered within the context of a bad strategy, no value is created. In this episode of the Project Management Debate Podcast we explore the motion

“Projects can succeed even when companies have bad or failing strategies”

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