Are you affected by Strategic Dysfunction?
Updated: May 3
It's not just you - it's becoming increasingly common in today's world!
There’s increasing consensus that traditional (static) strategy planning & execution can paralyse businesses in these new, more dynamic times.
Andrew Walls' Strategy Design article for ‘The Startup’ on Medium is now as relevant to any corporate behemoth, as it was to the fledgling organisations it was intended for.
The article explains the limitations of the traditional approach, in a way we can all recognise - highlighting why so much momentum is lost straight after the ‘PowerPoint deck’ stage.
It defines an alternative, more dynamic approach for strategy definition - one that bakes in collaboration, transparency, consensus and ownership - the key qualities that supercharge any agile implementation phase!
His key insight relates to how the combination of both hard data, and soft 'facts', is critical to robust analysis and meaningful pathfinding.
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