Our first field guide on Strategy! It arms you with the Four Riders — a powerful framework of principles that guide your firm’s Strategy process. Read it now!
In our second Monday Morning Mint, we develop a possible future at the confluence of growing geopolitical polarization, rising protectionism, and the calls for re-shoring of critical supply chains. How might such a world impact your business?
This first post from our slate #1 for the publishing year 2021-22 is about insights. It answers the questions — What is an insight? How to recognize it? Why is it different from Ideas? And, can a good insight fuel a thousand ideas?
This post introduces our new weekly column, the Monday Morning Mints. Also included is the first mint — a possible future involving Israel, Iran, and the US drawdown. How might it impact your business?
Read on as we draw upon business history, science, and war to recommend a healthy dose of skepticism for organizations of all sizes. Also included are tools to help you find your inner skeptic.
When the winds of change blow, some build walls, others windmills. What does this proverb mean for the modern organization? Are walls always bad? Are windmills always good? How do successful organizations navigate change? Read on to find out.
The Future ain’t what it used to be. What does this famous Yogi-isms mean for organizations today? Why predicting the future is so difficult? Why must we imagine different worlds? And why one of our six keystone areas, here on The Strategist, is FUTURES? Read on to find out more.