Bridge the gap between strategic planning and execution
After developing their strategic plans, many organisations run out of steam when it comes to implementation. Our policy deployment process divides this exercise into manageable tasks that everybody can understand and achieve.
Avoiding the dead end of end-to-end optimisations
The approach prioritises simplification and sustainability in improvement efforts. Quick wins are only an added benefit, not the goal.
The art of implementing real change
When a butterfly flaps its wings in London, the ultimate consequence may be that it triggers a hurricane in the Caribbean months later. This was one of the more spectacular conclusions that followed in the wake of the discovery that complex non-linear systems, such as the earth’s atmosphere, are extremely sensitive to the slightest change in the system’s initial conditions.
Strategy as a driver of real change and effect
The world has become more dynamic, complex, and globally connected, and organisations are becoming more and more knowledge-intensive. This makes strategic capability a key driver of long-term performance and value creation.