Strategic Change Things don't change, we do. - Henry David Thoreau
Achieving strategic change is difficult. To navigate through chaos and conflict and achieve a new direction, you need a skilled guide. Through strategic conversations across functions, levels and stakeholder groups, you will find coherent direction in the midst of the complex conditions you face, opening the way to transform your business, organization or community. Rather than a static plan that sits on a shelf, you will develop the capacity for making strategic action on a daily basis.
A school community establishes a sustainable structure and budget for the future.
Citizen leaders set direction and achieve the MN City Star Award for Excellence.
Corporate scientists align their development process with their new corporate strategy.
The state health department engages 300 community stakeholders to establish a statewide plan for the prevention of chlamydia in teenagers.
A public library involves staff, citizen groups and city leaders to identify future trends, develop future scenarios and set strategic direction.