Distinctive Competence: does it really matter?
Much of the current business literature would have you believe the path to superior value is through developing a distinctive business competence or technological
edge. Delivering faster, with lower cost and with higher quality; or pursuing one of Michael Treacy’s “disciplines”. The problem is that pursuing competency for the
sake of, well, competency will not produce superior value. Find out why and also
when the pursuit of competency is relevant to delivering superior value.
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John Geffel, Managing Partner
John’s primary focus at VALUE:driven is on the FACTS:assess and FACTS:target areas as well as providing oversight and account management for all of the company’s engagements through it’s consulting alliance partners. John also leads the mentor/coaching program for the Oregon Entrepreneur’s Network in Portland, Oregon.
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