Richard P. Rumelt


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Rumelt’s research has centered on corporate diversification strategy and the sources of sustainable advantage to individual business strategies. His current research interests center on the dynamics of industry transitions with a focus on the patterns and forces shaping the evolution of complex industries.

Rumelt received his doctorate from the Harvard Business School in 1972. He joined the UCLA faculty in 1976. He was President of the Strategic Management Society in 1995-98. He received the Irwin Prize for his book Strategy, Structure, and Economic Performance. In 1997, he was appointed Telecom Italia Strategy Fellow, a position he held until April 2000. He has won teaching awards at UCLA and received a “best paper prize” in 1997 from the S
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“The kernel of a strategy contains three elements: a diagnosis, a guiding policy, and coherent action.”
Richard Rumelt, Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters

“It is hard to show your skill as a sailor when there is no wind.”
Richard P. Rumelt, Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters

“A leader’s most important job is creating and constantly adjusting this strategic bridge between goals and objectives.”
Richard Rumelt, Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters



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