The longer you have an advantage over your competitors, the better right? This would mean your resources and capabilities are a basis for competitive advantage. Customers will value the resources that you have and provide you with opportunities in return. Your resources will appear to your customers with obvious and material strengths and few weaknesses. Continue reading →
Strategic planning is a business process, that successful users review and update regularly. It can be broken down into four phases. Each phase, is dependent on and is as critical as each other. The phases are:
A. Thinking, for understanding. This is the strategic thinking part of strategic planning. Continue reading →
Strategic Thinking, is this not a ‘corporate, blue chip’ activity where consultants like to demonstrate their prowess? Not any more. Far from it in fact. Let me explain why strategic thinking matters to most organisations.
Here are some examples of entities that have benefited from using strategic thinking skills well:-
- Google are renowned for their quirky working environments.