The Organizational Strategist

The Organizational Strategist Overview


This page is meant to be a resource to help navigate the blog and provide topic categories on how to be an organizational strategist. The hyperlinks will direct the reader to an appropriate blog article. This page will be periodically updated to reflect the written articles. Also of note is that this blog is hosted on wordpress here and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer here.

The overall objective of an organizational strategist is to create and uphold an organization’s enduring strategy. To accomplish this, the strategist and accompanying stakeholders can engage in a number of activities. These activities are broken down into the categories based on what the organizational strategist may need or is pursuing.

When initiating new strategic pursuits, keep in mind the following topics:

When sustaining ongoing activities and pursuits, keep in mind the following topics:

Here are some resources and positioning topics:

Strategic Modeling/Planning:

Implementation and enablement:

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