In last week’s post, the first in a series on crafting a comprehensive strategy, I wrote about the Marshall Plan, perhaps the most famous comprehensive strategy in U.S. history. It helped Europeans not only recover, but also emerge even stronger from the wreckage of World War II. George Marshall, the plan’s architect, understood that an array of narrowly divided and disconnected strategies would never unlock the full potential for European prosperity and interdependence. Instead, he reasoned that a single comprehensive strategy for development across Western Europe was best suited to harness the region’s potential and trigger a true, transformational renaissance. Read more here

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