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Getting the Right Things Done (Author Q&A)

12/11/2006

A transcript of an interview with Pascal Dennis, author of Getting the Right Things Done: A Leader’s Guide to Planning and Execution.

Q: What is Strategy Deployment?
A: Strategy deployment is a planning and execution system, refined by companies like Toyota, but essentially invented and developed in North America by people like Peter Drucker and Joe (Joseph) Juran.

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