It’s time to discuss the nuts and bolts of strategy making. Early in this Strategy OV series, the Effectiveness lab defined strategy as: a plan, a unique and valuable position that others cannot match, or a journey that takes a… Read More ›
Effective organizations can be compared to a modern vehicle – it has many parts, some moving and others static. Yet, all parts have been put together in a system, to deliver a certain: amount of horse-power, comfort, specific niche like ‘4×4′ off road, town runner, or heavy goods carrier. Every part of a vehicles’ system has a role it plays in making the vehicle meet its niche-standard.
Effective strategy, and note the word EFFECTIVE, is the art of defining the vehicle, the value the vehicle brings to the buyer, and assembling all its moving and static parts, to meet the demand of the buyer.
Strategy is a fascinating art, whose success depends on how EFFECTIVENESS is delivered in organizations
And finally, the solution to the so-called new normal. What can organisations and individuals do to effectively address the new normal? The Effectiveness lab’s bionically-balanced entity theory is an obvious answer to the new normal. It’s a multi-faceted and inter-twined… Read More ›
This week’s blog is the first in a series that discusses the second of the Effectiveness lab’s four organizational vitals (OV) – strategy. Before delving deep into the strategy OV and its interconnectedness to the other OV’s, we have to… Read More ›
Last week we shared how individuals can make their 2017 resolutions more feasible. This week’s blog switches attention to the organization. Should organizations, like human beings, make new year resolutions? After all, an organization, if run well, will either have… Read More ›
Merry Christmas to you all from Nakabugu in Uganda! So, we concluded blog series 1, the ‘false dichotomy – employees running personal micro-enterprises’ with a question: What fails private micro-enterprises in Uganda? On this 25th Day of December 2016, and… Read More ›
There are four factors of production – land, capital, labour, and entrepreneurship. In the past one needed all four to run a viable enterprise; however, in an increasingly digital and networked world, you may only need a combination of two… Read More ›