Intro to four legs of the table

Acumen Business Channel / Strategy

Anthony Sterne of Acumen Business Consulting introduces the Four Legs of the Table approach to strategic decisions.
In short - the customer sits on top of the table.
Each leg represents a department or division. Whilst the decisions made in each division consider the others, the business is in sync and the table is stable. Once decisions are made where one division benefits at the expense of another, the table tilts and the customer suffers.

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Anthony Sterne of Acumen Business Consulting introduces the Four Legs of the Table approach to strategic decisions.

In short - the customer sits on top of the table.

Each leg represents a department or division. Whilst the decisions made in each division consider the others, the business is in sync and the table is stable. Once decisions are made where one division benefits at the expense of another, the table tilts and the customer suffers.

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