We can all make a better future. But, it requires the right strategy and leadership.
We believe strategy can be better, can have more dimensions, can be more useful.
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The future is uncertain. We cannot know what it will be or predict it reliably.
We can help you to understand what the future will look like.
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Your strategy has to be robust to the range of futures that may unfold in a turbulent, complex and sometimes chaotic world.
But what does that mean?
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A strategy should guide important decisions about markets and positioning, innovation, capabilities, uncertainties and trade-offs between them.
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A strategy grapples with uncertainty and risk – options as well as its current portfolio. It balances investment, reward and variance.
It addresses multiple dimensions of the present and how they may differ in the future.
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A strategy has to deal with multiple moving parts in multiple dimensions. It will never be simple.
That doesn't mean it shouldn't be expressed clearly and simply. Clarity matters.
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Your strategy should define who you are as a company and why you do what you do. Every day. And it should be alive and refreshed continually.
A good strategy is never 'finished', never complete – the world doesn't stand still
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Your strategy should define a path, guide change and navigate an uncertain future. It should ask 'why?' and provide answers. It should inspire action.
We will help you to increase the dimensions of your strategy – to make it more useful
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When it comes to ethics and US business, things may be about to take a turn for the worse. The second part of a response to a blog by Harvard Business School's Eugene Soltes.
Eugene Soltes of HBS misses the point about ethics and the role of training in 'Why It’s So Hard to Train Someone to Make an Ethical Decision' at HBR online.
Can the Leave vote be said to represent a tyranny of the majority? The best starting point for finding out is the originator of the phrase, John Stuart Mill.
In what possible way was the vote 'undemocratic', as some claim?
The first of a series of articles looking at the Brexit vote, what it means and its impact