Strategy’s Strategist: An Interview with Richard Rumelt

McKinsey Quarterly interviewed Richard Rumelt in November 2007. Rumelt is author of Good Strategy, Bad Strategy and a professor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. “In 1972 he became the first person to uncover a statistical link between corporate strategy and profitability, finding that moderately diversified companies outperform more diversified ones… Being good at what you do matters a lot more, no matter what industry you’re in.” Continue reading “Strategy’s Strategist: An Interview with Richard Rumelt”