Strategy and transformation
Sharpen the strategic choicesView Expertise
Avoid the execution trap and maximise return on strategyView Expertise
Spot the next big thing and design your business models to become your engine of growthView Expertise
Making organisational design and strategy work hand in handView Expertise
Mergers & Acquisitions
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Making real strategic choices
As a business leader, a key task is to facilitate the creation of a shared aspiration and strategic direction for the organisation. Without a well-crafted strategy in place, the organisation is merely a collection of people pursuing individual goals, guided by what the organisation did yesterday.
From strategic intent to business impact
Making strategy work is one of the greatest challenges of management. In fact, no strategy is stronger than the weakest link in the chain between insightful strategic ideas to front-line actions. Based on our experience within strategic transformation, we have shaped five guiding principles that will help your organisation design a strategy implementation model to bridge the gap between strategy and impact.
Corporate theatre or real strategy?
There’s a common belief that strategy happens at management level, leaving everybody else to take care of the execution. The reality is that execution involves a series of key choices that are just as important as the strategic choices – leading to a better design and a better chance of success.
Strategy as design, not problem-solving
At Implement Consulting Group, we recently co-hosted a strategy session with Roger Martin in New York. It was designed as a “learning lab” that brought together executives from some of the largest US and Scandinavian companies to discuss how to rethink and improve the way that companies make strategic choices.
New technology, changing demographics, environmental regulations, global competition. The challenges facing private and public organisations are many and various. Sometimes, you have to effect major transformations to stay ahead.
Virtual visual planning
With more businesses operating globally, it often means project teams are split up and located all around the world – making visual plans hard to share. With virtual visual planning you can make sure that everyone is on the same page.