Rebooting your strategy: New tools for informing the new future

This short one-hour session will share some of our new thinking on planning for the future in an uncertain world. The purpose of the “Shared Wisdom” series is to share existing or new tools to help our clients and contacts.

In this session we will explore methods for revisiting future strategies against the backdrop of extraordinary changes in context. What are the nine principles of futures planning? How do we double-check if our take on the future is accurate, if we’ve successfully assessed the impact on our organisation or the odds of us delivering against our strategy? What is the process for reviewing strategic context at times of change?

About Corporate Culture Shared Wisdom Series

The aim is to bring together a small number of people who would welcome an open discussion about the subject based on their insight and knowledge. This is emerging thinking for your comment and counsel – led by our Chairman, John Drummond.

About John Drummond

During his two decades leading Corporate Culture Group, John has helped many organisations shape creative and strategic solutions to complex issues around customer and stakeholder engagement, sustainable business and sustainable behaviour change. He has also authored a series of cutting-edge behavioural reports, including Motivating Millions, Transformation and Human, which explore how businesses can harness behavioural insight to drive transformational change.

John has provided strategic counsel to Boards and Executive Teams across all sectors over the past 20 years.

Join us

Join us on Tuesday 29 September, 9:30 – 10:30am. Sign up using the form below, or email Elaine Smith (elaine.smith@corporateculture.co.uk). We’d love to see you there.

*Please note: we will be running this session digitally via Zoom.

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