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Chapter from: "Made in China: What Western Managers Can Learn from Trailblazing Chinese Entrepreneurs"
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: 2008

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Simply sensing and anticipating emerging opportunities and threats is not enough. This chapter shows how companies can move beyond insight to action by deploying the SAPE (sense-anticipate-prioritize-execute) cycle - a system that is particularly well suited to competition in rapidly changing environments. This chapter is excerpted from ‘Made in China: What Western Managers Can Learn from Trailblazing Chinese Entrepreneurs'.
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Simply sensing and anticipating emerging opportunities and threats is not enough. This chapter shows how companies can move beyond insight to action by deploying the SAPE (sense-anticipate-prioritize-execute) cycle - a system that is particularly well suited to competition in rapidly changing environments. This chapter is excerpted from ‘Made in China: What Western Managers Can Learn from Trailblazing Chinese Entrepreneurs'.

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