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Strategy, trust and zombies.

Sometimes we are working so hard just to get through the day, we lose sight of the factors, positive and negative, that could inspire us. A story about the renaissance of London’s Thames River illustrates how solutions to problems can meet a multitude of needs and opportunities, especially when the planning process sets doable priorities and injects some rigor. Getting to the solutions is the province of strategy. Trustworthy, grounded strategy inspires. Trust is earned through competence and professionalism, within the organization and enacted for stakeholders. Strategy without trust is not strategy. It is bad energy – an empty gesture bound for failure and destined to end in zombie organizations.

How The Thames, Once a 'Zombie River,' Was Brought Back to Life - Atlas Obscura
How to make a competitor’s trust crisis into your opportunity - PR Daily
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