The Strategist brings compelling insights to life for founders, leaders, innovators, and enthusiasts alike, once every week (at least). Follow us on LinkedIn.
We primarily cover international supply chains & footprint strategy, white spaces & emerging markets, and futures & scenarios. Our current pivot is FMCG.
This is a long-form blog. Lexicon is essential and will be detailed from time to time. We shun buzzwords and unnecessary constructs. E.g., ‘deaveraging’ has no place here. It’s ‘segmentation,’ so let’s call it that.
We appreciate your many interests and asks on time. Therefore, we include in each of our posts a ‘Screenshort’ — a summary viewable on a single smartphone screen without scrolling. Read, capture, and share!
This blog is styled as ‘literature for leaders.’ Since it is meant to be thought-provoking, you will find convergent analyses AND purposeful deviations. Many times, but not always, we follow the maxim of ‘insight over ideas.’
Ignite your strategic thinking, get an ‘outside in’ viewpoint, inspire your next big idea, access valuable resources, or simply peruse interesting reads. It’s dining out, but for food for thought.
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Thirty-something storyteller with nearly a decade’s experience building supply chains – from minerals to mayo, from toothpaste to tea. Ex-FMCG. A one-time coal miner. Unaffiliated, unsponsored, and unbiased.
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