China is well known for visionary strategy making. Sun Tzu’s Art of War describes succinctly how to strategize a war, the Chinese government is a master of five-year strategic planning for a country of 1.4 billion people and China boasts numerous visionary entrepreneurs such as Zhang Ruimin, Jack Ma and Lei Jun. But, it is not the visionary strategy making that sets China apart. It is the pragmatic approach to strategy implementation that is worth investigating. Chinese companies have frequently managed to successfully reformulate their organizations and strengthen organizational cultures to facilitate strategy implementation.
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