BLOG: Fractal transformation
– a new recipe for transformations that endure
By Eric Pelletier and David Derain
Few turnarounds stand the test of time. Hidden within rare success stories like IBM’s, there is a new recipe for transformations that endure.
IBM was dying when Lou Gerstner joined from Nabisco in 1992, pulled apart by an ill-advised strategy that was set to split up its businesses. Deciding that the path to redemption was to slam this plan into reverse and return to IBM’s original mission of providing customer solutions, he set about making the change happen.
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