Strategic Planning

The purpose of measures

Leading a company requires a lot of courage. It also requires the ability and willingness to engage in conceptual thinking. Something I learned a long time ago was that no matter how many designations follow a persons name, no one has all the answers. Selecting the right measures and getting Read more…

By Kirk, ago
Strategic Planning

Implementing a value discipline – Part 3

Because of the strong difference in the value disciplines (competitive strategies), activity that supports one discipline usually doesn’t support others. Therefore, areas that lack alignment become a barrier to your success. The resources within your organization exist to enable corporate success, but when people are focused on the wrong things Read more…

By Kirk, ago
Strategic Planning

Implementing a value discipline – Part 2

A value discipline is more than pretty words. It’s also a business model, hence requires different operational strategies, processes, technology, principles of customer interaction/experience to enable it. Assuming that externally focused groups will instinctively and consistently deliver an undefined form of value to your customers, or internally focused group will Read more…

By Kirk, ago