Debating the utility of ‘ambivalence’ for human-centric strategy formulation

Alexander Spalding In many ways, the notion that ‘ambivalence’ or ‘self-contradiction’ might, in fact, be part-and-parcel of business strategy formulation seems perfectly sensible. After all, the idea that humans possess the propensity to act in ways that seem to go against their ethical modi operandi or ‘objective’ self-interests seems well-evidenced within our industry. Yet, whileContinue reading “Debating the utility of ‘ambivalence’ for human-centric strategy formulation”