12 Strategic Thinking Questions That Yield Big Results. The Bonus Question Is The Punch Line.

The Empowered Buisness

For 3-4 days, I spend time by the ocean simply reflecting, letting go of any goals, plans or expectations. Vision, Goals and Strategies. As you envision where you want your company to be in 10 years, what BHAGs (big hairy audacious goals) do you see your company achieving? In order to achieve your BHAGs, what innovative ideas and strategies did you have to come up with?

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7 Leadership Questions That Will Move Your Needle in 2016

The Empowered Buisness

QUESTION 1: What is your BHAG? BHAG stands for Big Hairy Audacious Goal , a concept introduced by Jim Collins in his book, “Built to Last.” The best definition that I seen is that a BHAG is a statement of strategic intent. A bigger, bolder, more powerful outcome than goals with a target timeframe of 10 – 30 years from now. Starbuck’s BHAG is to overtake Coke as the world’s leading brand. While asking yourself the question … What is our BHAG? …

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The Infinite Game

Leading Blog

A Just Cause is more than a goal. Sinek notes, “It’s easy to mistake a BHAG (big, hairy audacious goal) for a Just Cause because they can indeed be incredibly inspiring and can often take many years to achieve.

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Leadership Lessons from Pfizer-BioNTech’s Vaccine Development

The Practical Leader

An especially exciting medical breakthrough is the development of messenger RNA (mRNA) technology now used in Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines. ” Depending how they’re used, BHAGs (Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals) can enervate or elevate.


Q&A With Millennial CEO And Book Author Rick Lindquist

Eric Jacobson

The intersection of these three circles is your BHAG, or big hairy audacious goal, The BAHG forms the basis for your company’s great opportunity. Fourth, create a culture of self-disciplined people who take disciplined action consistent with the big hairy audacious goal. Fifth, use technology to accelerate momentum. They are focused on building experience and skills toward personal professional goals that develop rapidly as they advance in their careers.

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Stop Searching for That Elusive Data Scientist

Harvard Business Review

The goal is to make all of the organization — not just the geeks and quants — more conversant in how to align probability, statistics, technology and business value creation. Limited ambition did a better job attracting credibility and support than BHAGs. Information & technology Leadership Organizational culture