Articles on Strategy Development

Articles on Strategy Development

The right strategic development approaches, models and tools can play a critical role in helping you to optimize your success. Review the different articles on strategy development to help you determine what works best for you and your organization.


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Summary of  Innovator’s DNA

This may be the important business book of this decade on the topic of strategic innovation. The depth of the research, and the practical and memorable way the research is presented in this book is impressive. It seems clear that those that become the masters of the insights shared in this book will become the business leaders of the future. Continue Reading

5 Future Strategies

George Stalk with Boston Consulting Group argues the companies must understand and adopt top innovative business practices long before the media catches wind and begins to spread the word. He warns that if you wait to pick up and adopt business practices from the media then it may be too late to become a viable player in the new environment[...] Continue Reading

How to Predict the Future

“Scott Anderson with CNN wrote, “Eric is one of the most impressive thinkers I’ve met in Washington.” Eric states, “it is not that the study of the future is somehow incoherent as a managerial discipline. In fact, it has one of the best, most consistent methodologies of any intellectual field.” Continue Reading

The Starfish and the Spider

Throughout history, societies were organized around hierarchies. There were always those that wanted to rule and conquer. Hierarchies were used to control and carry out orders. Will this pattern continue? There is a trend toward decentralization, empowerment and contribution. Continue Reading

New Market Penetration Approach

“Aha!” insights from Adrian C. Ott author of The 24-Hour Customer who spoke at the Association for Strategic Planning annual conference this month. Continue Reading

Articles on Strategy Development

Author - David Willden