Strategic Framing


618_348_road-trip-rules-pack-a-mapYears ago if you were planning a trip your best resource was a paper map, a map that was set in time, likely outdated, impossible to fold and told you nothing about your journey other than the roads you had as options. If you were a member of AAA you could get a more personalized “TripTik.” The “TripTik” was exciting because it could show you construction along your route and valuable information about individual transition points and resources along your journey.

Now it seems outdated and inefficient to use a paper map. Instead we use GPS or, more likely, use a smartphone and an app like Google Maps. Google Maps keeps your destination the same, but dynamically updates with real-time traffic information, construction and accident delays. It is responsive, and uses built-in tools to make the most of your journey.

Organizations, for years, have depended on strategic plans. Strategic Plans are typically a plan based on a set of circumstances captured through meetings and evaluations. They are only as good as a snapshot in time, and only as long as circumstances don’t change. Studies have shown most organizations fail to implement these plans. Many corporations hold their strategic plan secret, yet later reveal it would have provided little value to any of their competitors.

Strategic framing is dynamic and responsive, designed to help an organization thrive in a changing world.

Strategic Framing is designed to be a dynamic framework designed to help your organization have the tools, information and a responsive framework to achieve your mission in the context of an constantly changing world. Let us help you achieve Strategic Framing, to develop a framework and tools that enables value-zone innovation, engaging owners and creating a team and tools to achieve your vision.