4 strategic lessons from Jamie Oliver

08/1/2011 | Strategy+Business magazine (free registration)

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver brought his TV show to Huntington, W.Va., to promote healthful eating, and many of the techniques he uses can be applied to effect corporate change, writes Rutger von Post. Bosses can learn from Oliver's ability to adapt to the local culture, to demonstrate the possibility and consequences of success, and to harness the power of influential people. "Once you learn how to change habits and get an organization to 'eat its peas,' you'll soon be ready to take on new challenges -- whether that means eating tomatoes or eating the competition," Von Post writes.

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