Here you will find articles from our team and our guest authors on strategy. They cover areas from strategic planning to strategy execution and many more aspects in-between. We also have a small section on articles describing what the job of the strategic planner is all about
- Strategic Planning for Different Business Units – A Case Study
- Strategy making in the past and today – Part 2: Problems with the traditional strategy process
- Strategy making in the past and today – Part 1: The traditional strategy process
- Strategy and change – natural order or chicken-and-egg problem?
- How do you get the most out of your strategic planning meeting? Practical advice for preparation and follow-up
- Financial Modelling for strategic planning – Use these proven best practices to improve results and credibility!
- Excel spreadsheets for strategic planning – use with care!
- Two ideas for improving strategic planning
- When to develop strategic measures
- How to Compete with The Big Guys as a Small Business
- In Tough Times, ‘Hyper-Creatives’ Provide Creative Advantage
- Every blue ocean will eventually turn red; Create an unfair advantage instead
- Dr. Herman’s 10 “De-clone Yourself” Tips for MBA clones
- Test Yourself: Are You An MBA Clone?
- Bootstrapping as a business strategy
- The Last Iceman Strategy – high profit potential but no sure-fire success
The job description of the strategic planner
- Should you rely on internal or external strategy experts? Part 3: How to combine them for best results
- Should you rely on internal or external strategy experts? Part 2: The pros and cons of external strategy consultants
- Should you rely on internal or external strategy experts? Part 1: The important role of in-house strategy experts
- The many faces of the strategist
- How to position yourself as the central corporate strategic planner – Part 2
- How to position yourself as the central corporate strategic planner – Part 1
Measurements and indicators
- Measurements and indicators – You will only get what you ask for!
- Early indicators in business – use with care!