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Management article
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Reference no. ART-2641
Spanish language
Published by: IESE Business School
Originally published in: "IESE Insight", 2014

Abstract

This is a Spanish version. Why do some organizations fail while others survive? The key, the author finds, involves embracing paradox. Exploiting current business success while simultaneously taking a plunge into the future through exploration calls for ambidexterity - a vital skill not just for the CEO but for all senior teams.

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Abstract

This is a Spanish version. Why do some organizations fail while others survive? The key, the author finds, involves embracing paradox. Exploiting current business success while simultaneously taking a plunge into the future through exploration calls for ambidexterity - a vital skill not just for the CEO but for all senior teams.

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