Strategic Management:

Enterprise Strategy

Strategy Management

Selecting and Implementing the Best Suited Strategy

By: Vadim Kotelnikov

Founder, Ten3 Business e-Coach Inspiration and Innovation Unlimited!

  

"Change is not a process for the impatient."

~ Confucius

 

Strategic Management Strategy Programming Strategy Innovation Strategy Implementation Strategic Learning Adaptive Organization Radical Innovation vs. Incremental Innovation Management Radical Innovation Change Management Business Ecosystem Moving with Speed Dynamic Strategy Strategy Formulation Environmental Analysis Environmental Analysis Experimentation Strategy Innovation Strategic Programming Vadim Kotelnikov

Five Continuing Steps of Strategy Management

  1. Environmental analysis

  2. Establishment of an organizational direction

  3. Strategy formulation

  4. Strategy implementation

  5. Strategic control

Corporate Strategy: 2 Logics

 

 

4 Entrepreneurial Strategies

By: Peter Drucker

  • Being "the Fastest and the Mostest" the "greatest gamble", aiming from the beginning at permanent leadership... More

Systemic Innovation

7 Interwoven Areas

  1. Business Innovation

  2. Organizational Innovation

  3. Strategy Innovation... More

Balanced Business System

 

5 Strategic Questions

You Should Ask to Understand Where Your Business Is Going

By: Jack Welch

  • In the last three years, what have your competitors done?... More

 

 

Strategy Management Defined

Strategy management is the process of ensuring that your organization possesses and benefits from the use of an appropriate organizational strategy best suited to its needs at a particular time.

The Tree of Business

Business Environment

Business environment is a set of political, economic, social and technological (PEST) forces that are largely outside the control and influence of a business, and that can potentially have both a positive and a negative impact on the business.1... More

Environmental Analysis

Environmental analysis is the study of the organizational environment to pinpoint environmental factors that can significantly influence organizational operations. Environmental analysis will help you understand what is happening both inside and outside your organization and to increase the probability that the organizational strategies you develop will appropriately reflect your organizational environment... More

Corporate Vision, Mission, Goals

Vision is a short, succinct, and inspiring statement of what the organization intends to become and to achieve at some point in the future, often stated in competitive terms. The purpose of articulating a coherent vision of a desirable future in which your organization could thrive is to focus your organization and your partners on those things you could now to bring that future state about... More

Strategy Formulation

Strategy formulation is the process of determining appropriate courses of action for achieving organizational objectives and thereby accomplishing organizational purpose... More

Blue Ocean Strategy: 6 Principles

Blue Ocean vs. Red Ocean Strategy

Blue Ocean Strategy is about revolutionary value innovation.

The six principles drive the successful formulation and execution of Blue Ocean Strategy. These principles attenuate the six risks... More

Yin and Yang of Value Innovation

3 Strategies of Market Leaders

 

The market leader  is dominant in its industry and has substantial market share. If you want to lead the market, you must be the industry leader in developing new business models and new products or services. You must be on the cutting edge of new technologies and innovative business processes. Your customer value proposition must offer a superior solution to a customers' problem, and your product must be well differentiated... More

Competitive Strategy

To be successful today, your company must become competitor-oriented. You must pursue the right competitive strategy avoid strengths of your competitors and look for weak points in their positions and then launch marketing attacks against those weak points... More

Strategic Thinking

Strategic thinking, often depicted as 'helicopter thinking', is the creative and relentless process of teasing out options for action which offer maximum advantage to arrive at an implementable, cunning plan... More

Strategic Intent

Strategic intent is a high-level statement of the means by which your organization will achieve its vision. It is a core component of your dynamic strategy.

Strategic intent cannot be planned all in advance. It must evolve on the basis of experience during its implementation... More

Strategy Implementation

Strategy implementation skills are not easily mastered, unfortunately. In fact, virtually all managers find implementation the most difficult aspect of their jobs more difficult than strategic analysis or strategy formulation... More

Strategy Innovation

Strategy innovation is about challenging existing industry methods of creating customer value in order to meet newly emerging customer needs, add additional value, and create new markets and new customer groups for the sponsoring company... More

 

 

 

References:

  1. "Modern Management", Ninth Edition, Samuel C. Certo

  2. Strategic Management, Vadim Kotelnikov

  3. 3 Strategies of Market Leaders, Vadim Kotelnikov

  4. Innovation Strategies, Vadim Kotelnikov

  5. "Smart Corporate Leader," Vadim Kotelnikov

  6. "Smart Business Architect," Vadim Kotelnikov

  7. "Corporate Strategies," Vadim Kotelnikov

  8. "Competitive Strategies," Vadim Kotelnikov

  9. "Strategies of Market Leaders," Vadim Kotelnikov

  10. "Develop a Clear Vision," Brian Tracy

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