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Strategy Development and Deployment

A strategy outlines the long-term direction of an organization and determines how resources should be allocated to satisfy shareholders, customers, employees, and communities in order to realize sustainable competitive advantage.

Whether it is a macro corporate strategy or one that is specific to a function, operation, or business unit it is wise to start by analyzing the current state, outlining SWOT analysis, examining the market and competitive environment, anticipating changes in the market or industry, and drawing a path to a future state.
In today's environment, change is happening so frequently that a long-term strategy set in stone may not be feasible. Future is very difficult to predict so strategies should be reviewed, updated, and communicated frequently. ​


Many strategies fail because they may not be clearly defined, open to interpretation, have incorrect assumptions, not inclusive of different functions or operations, rely on unproven technology, and lack a customer-centric approach. ​They may also set up unrealistic expectations and under estimate the efforts and resources required.

A strategic architecture outlines a number of initiatives and changes needed to move the organization from a current state to better future state. Components required to form a successful strategy should include elements related to people, process, technology, and data. 
​If you are seeking a winning strategy, redefine your current strategy, or even recast your strategic plans then you can relay on sayAplus which has a track record in setting up and reshaping successful business strategies. 

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