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More than not, leaders think they are providing vision and acting strategically, when in fact they are operating tactically.  A clear written collaborative definition, followed by innovating and evolving a company’s business model are at the heart of the leaders’ strategy and vision work. The biggest mistake all too many leaders make is leaving their business model strategy decisions to history, industry practices or serendipity.

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