The Fox Trilogy: Imagining the Unimaginable and Dealing With It - Clem Sunter (Paperback)
In the ten years since the publication of The Mind of a Fox, Clem Sunter and Chantell Ilbury built on the runaway success of their first joint book with two subsequent titles: Games Foxes Play and Socrates & the Fox. This volume brings together these three classic works. A Trilogy of Foxes provides a complete guide on strategy in unpredictable markets and uncertain times. Aimed in the first instance at business leaders and corporations, it is also of tremendous value to politicians, community leaders, sportspeople and ordinary citizens -- we can all learn from the ways of the fox and make the most of uncertainty. With a new foreword by the authors.
- 11 Jul 2011
- Content Source
- South African
- Supply Source
- South Africa
- Number of Pages
- 213 x 137mm (1g)
- General Subject
- BISAC Subject 1
- Business & Economics / Decision-Making & Problem Solving
- BIC Classification 1
- Business strategy
- Dewey Classification
Chantell Ilbury is one of South Africa’s leading strategists and facilitators, working both locally and internationally. She has addressed audiences as far afield as England, Ireland, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Kuwait, Jamaica, Jamaica, Jersey and the Isle of Man, as well as throughout Southern Africa.
Chantell, born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe completed her BSc in Chemistry and a postgraduate Higher Diploma in Education at the University of Natal in Pietermaritzburg. She has since completed an Executive MBA from the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business and has also studied Strategic Negotiation at Harvard Business School in Boston.
It was while Chantell was at UCT Graduate School of Business in 2000 that she first met Clem Sunter. They shared their ideas on scenario planning that led to the writing of their best-selling book The Mind of a Fox. Their second book, Games Foxes Play, was published in April 2005. Socrates and the Fox (2007) is their third collaboration.