Archive for category: Strattomics

How is your Business Agility restrained by your approach to decision making?

How is your Business Agility restrained by your approach to decision making?

Why do successful organisations pursue established strategies for too long? The hypothesis behind this blog is that it is a consequence of the way they make decisions.

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Better Forecasts = Better Business

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April 5, 2017

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Better Forecasts = Better Business

Better forecasts can be a platform for better enterprise performance if we focus on probability and use techniques such as Delphi, Monte Carlo and Porter to incorporate expert judgements

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Is your enterprise too reliant on a rear-view mirror?

Is your enterprise too reliant on a rear-view mirror?

The speed of competition means we need to do more than look in our review mirror to assess competitive threats. Proactive assessment of changes in power amongst our suppliers & buyers, potential substitute products and new entrants, the competitive rivalry and changes in complementary products and regulation is a basis for improved enterprise agility.

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Using effective reflection to improve your performance

Using effective reflection to improve your performance

Deliberately reviewing personal performance – on a regular basis – and reflecting on things that went well and should be repeated, things that should not be repeated and things that should be done differently in future is an established method of improving performance. This blog uses Steven Covey’s approach to segment important and urgent activities and provides a practical example of using reflection across a week of business and sporting activity.

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Silos, Teams and Data

Silos, Teams and Data

A classic organisational dilemma. Optimise performance in a component of a business by establishing strong teams that are allowed to insulate themselves – perhaps in Silos – or focus on removing all internal barriers to optimise cross functional excellence and agility. I believe that Leaders can do more to optimise a balance between building efficient teams (ones that develop excellence within their particular domain) and enterprise wide effectiveness that minimises internal silo barriers to optimise agility. Moreover, enterprises that optimise this balance have a better foundation for maximising the value of their organisational data.

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