Organizational Strategy

Experience has taught us that many companies do not have clear organizational strategies; or they have become sidetracked from the strategy; or they have never clearly communicated it to the staff resulting in lost opportunities.

Organizational strategy does not have to be 25 pages long and difficult for everyone to understand. In fact, it should be just the opposite. We will help get you there through a process of humble inquiry, innovative thinking, and mapping your course with actionable outcomes.


It’s not enough to be busy, so are the ants. The question is, what are we busy about?
— Henry David Thoreau

Ask the Right Questions to Map The Right Strategy

 
  Know Your Direction

Know Your Direction

Why Are You Here?


Do you have a mission?

Do you have a vision?

Have you identified your values?

Are these in writing?

Who knows about them?

 
  Know Where You Are Going

Know Where You Are Going

Where Are You Going?


How will you get there?

What are the risks?

What are the financial implications?

Who is going with you?

 

 
  Identify The Expected Outcome

Identify The Expected Outcome

What Is The Expected Outcome?

 


Financial goal?

Customers served?

Products sold?

People's lives made better because of you?