Welcome to the complex, high-tech, global knowledge, multi-disciplinary, multi-ideological and TURBULENT future business environment.
We will show you; how to apply knowledge and practice of Strategic Behavior for profit and/or growth in turbulent times?
We help you plan and implement your Strategic Behavior to answer four questions:
1. Where we are now?
2. Where do we need to be?
3. How do we get there?
4. How do we lead and manage change?
Our practice is from the general to the specific and vice versa at scale.
Helping you audit, diagnose, train, plan, and implement for your future strategic decision making.
The end product of strategic decisions is deceptively simple; a combination of products and markets is selected for the firm. This combination is arrived at by addition of new product-markets, divestment from some old ones, and expansion of the present position.
H. Igor Ansoff (Father of Strategic Management)
Birds eye View of what we do!
Please Note: The videos below are for illustration, review and discussion only. Given the dynamic nature of the business environment; propositions change. Considerations for relationships and domain of applicability such as; order, hierarchy, cause-effect, dependencies, multi-variants, trends, strength, weaknesses, opportunities, threats and other imperatives are implicit rather than explicit or not presented. Therefore, practical applicability is not advised.
Management is, above all, a practice where art, science, and craft meet.
In General; Strategic Management (soundless 40 second video)
Specifically; Strategic Information (soundless 39 second video)
Specifically; Strategic Leadership (soundless 38 second video)
Partial References: Based on H. Igor Ansoff, Father of Strategic Mangement (1965 & 1979 and 1984) and main references from; Cohen, March, Olsen (1972), Mintzberg (1990 & 2013), Ackoff (1977), Cyert & March (1963), Chandler (1962), Lindblom (1959), Peters & Waterman (1982), Quinn (1980), Porter (1980) Kotler (1977) Drucker (1975), Dichter (1970), Steiner (1966) Ansoff & McDonnell (1988 & 1990), Hamel & Prahalad (1994), Goleman (1995), Ansoff, Declerk & Hays (1974), Salameh (1987), Simon & March (1958), Taleb (2001, 2010 & 2012), Trippi & Salameh (1989), Bandura (1997), Kotler (2010), Hamel (2010), Pfeffer (2011), Turban (2014), Christensen (2016) & Kotter (2017).
We apply our philosophy; 1, 2 and 3 to plan/implement periodic and/or real-time interactions with turbulence.
If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.
Sir Isaac Newton
We build on existing knowledge and/or new knowledge to create success.
A wise person does not spread a lot of wisdom.
Rather, spreading questions is encouraged; specifically, fundamental questions.
What is a fundamental question?
A fundamental question is the foundation for action.
We partner with you to answer the fundamental questions.
We encourage your interaction with us.
Welcome to the knowledge forest
and, the Fundamental Question is:
It is your time for ACTION
(Better now than later)
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