Many successful companies shape their high-level strategies by relying on simple rules, not complicated frameworks. Even very established organizations can introduce a continuous stream of new products and services by simplifying their processes and encouraging an atmosphere of "structured chaos." This course explores how companies can continue to innovate successfully through simple rules and streamlined processes.
Also, learn about creating and tying together "genetic" growth strategies for the short-term and "probing" strategies for the long-term. Examine case studies to evaluate why some strategies drive innovation and others fail. Explore how simple rules can outperform extensive analysis and information. Practice the ideas in your own situation.
Learn How To:
Use simple rules as an alternative to complex processes
Translate current strategy into growth
Develop strategies for multiple time frames
Work with a strategy paradigm of structured chaos
Recognize rhythmic elements as drivers for strategy creation