HBR Articles

Directors of the Centre have published many articles. The more important articles have often been published in HBR. The HBR articles are listed below.


  1. Five Myths about Strategy, Stephen Bungay, Apr 2019 (blog)

  2. Here’s Why Strategy Chiefs Succeed or Fail, Jo Whitehead, Felix Barber and Rebecca Homkes, Jan. 2018 (digital article)

  3. Many CEOs aren’t Breakthrough Innovators (and That’s OK), Felix Barber and Julia Bistrova, Sep. 2015 (digital article)

  4. Why Strategy Execution Unravels – and What to Do About It, Donald Sull, Rebecca Homkes and Charles Sull, Mar. 2015

  5. Why Corporate Functions Stumble, Sven Künisch, Günter Müller-Stewens and Andrew Campbell, Dec. 2014

  6. How to Make the Most of Your Company’s Strategy, the art of translating top management aspirations into concrete action on the ground, Stephen Bungay, Jan. – Feb. 2011

  7. Why Good Leaders Make Bad Decisions, Andrew Campbell, Jo Whitehead, and Sydney Finkelstein, Feb. 2009     

  8. When You Shouldn't Go Global, Marcus Alexander and Harry Korine, Dec.2008

  9. The Strategic Secret of Private Equity, Felix Barber and Michael Goold, Sep.2007

  10. The Surprising Economics of a “People Business”, Felix Barber and Rainer Strack, Jun. 2005

  11. Do you Have a Well Designed Organization, Michael Goold and Andrew Campbell, Mar. 2002

  12. Tailored, not benchmarked - a fresh look at corporate planning, Andrew Campbell, Mar. – Apr.1999

  13. Desperately Seeking Synergy, Michael Goold and Andrew Campbell, Sep.-Oct.1998

  14. What’s Wrong with Strategy?, Andrew Campbell and Marcus Alexander, Nov.-Dec 1997

  15. Corporate Strategy: The Quest for Parenting Advantage, Andrew Campbell, Michael Goold and Marcus Alexander, Mar. – Apr. 1995 

  16. Many Best  Ways to Make Strategy, Andrew Campbell and Michael Goold, Nov.-Dec.1987

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