In part II of our Deliberate Strategy series, we’ll explore the importance of Strategy Management for businesses. Strategy Management can be thought of as a process group consisting of three pillars: 

  1. Strategic planning
  2. An execution model
  3. Well-defined and documented business practices

In this post, we will dive deeper into why Strategy Management should matter to your business.

Many businesses tend to operate with an Emergent Strategy model, where success can come by chance, without a clear plan or direction. While this approach may lead to short-term success, it is not a sustainable way to achieve long-term growth and development. This is where a deliberate strategy model comes into play – it provides an established roadmap for achieving organizational goals and ensures that the work done is proactive, rather than reactive.

A well-constructed strategy will help your company focus on the “right things” in relation to stimulating growth and achieving key objectives. This means that your business will be able to prioritize and work on the most important tasks that will lead to long-term success. Additionally, with the support of a project management execution model, a strategy can help your company work on these objectives the “right way,” ensuring that resources are being used efficiently and effectively.

In our next post, we will explore the impact that Strategy Management has on organizational focus and the value proposition to your clients. By having a clear and intentional strategy in place, businesses can align their efforts towards achieving common goals, which can lead to increased focus and better outcomes for both the organization and its clients.

Strategy Management is a critical component of any successful business. By adopting a deliberate strategy model, businesses can establish a clear roadmap towards achieving their goals and work towards long-term success.