Working closely with the senior leadership team the DWG strategy practice helps the organisation to set core and measurable objectives.
Using the objectives and the fact base, the strategy programme moves into the creation of the business vision. Often utilising our ‘workshop methodology’ this involves the development of a clear picture of what the business should look like from a customer, employee, competitive and business model perspective. Setting a ‘north star’.
With the business vision and insight materials, the programme moves onto the execution strategy and investment planning. Together, DWG strategy resources help the senior leadership team to shape the strategy, understand the implications to the business model and investment needs and make decisions. Core KPI’s are developed as part of this step, ensuring the approach can be measured and adapted as needed over time. Solutions – as required – are built into the business plan to resolve organisational weaknesses in capabilities to undertake ‘smooth and successful’ change.
Finally, from the strategy, an informed and achievable roadmap is developed. With core ownership across the executive team, the activities are set to be delivered in prioritised sprints so value is delivered quickly and incrementally through the lifetime of the execution phase.