Do you really have a strategy? Every organization thinks they have one. Most organizations put real effort into creating theirs. Many organizations follow a formal process to develop theirs. Some organizations create a true strategy and develop a corresponding plan to execute. But only a few have in place a complete evidence-based and validated strategy,…
Despite the evolution of business, economies, and technology, companies still use the processes, constructs, and vocabulary of strategies developed for another time.
Corporate restructuring, M&A, competitive intelligence, strategy, new product development, and process reengineering. One thing required for success that they all share is the need for the best and brightest.
Specialization in business and management disciplines has led to disconnected advice and increased risk for the business owner and executive. Seeking specialized advice is logical for increasingly complex problems.