Strategy should be a tool that you use to guide your decision-making every day, in every meeting, workshop and review. Let me show you how.

In manufacturing, distribution and logistics services, strategy should be a tool that you use every day as a manager, executive or business owner – a living, organic and pragmatic tool – not an abstract concept or an idealistic aspiration written down in an unread folder on a shelf. It should be present in every decision, meeting, review and workshop that you and your team conduct.

Strategy can be done quickly and it can be done remotely – and by quickly I mean in a few days to a few weeks. It does not require months and months of deliberations, consultations, analyses and drafts that are out of date as soon as they are completed.

Effective strategy provides direction and guidance that is congruent with the unchanging values, beliefs and mission of your business. It enables you at all times to know what will do and what you will not do as you move forward from your current state to your desired future state or vision, and the legacy that you are creating for yourself, your team and your business.

While your values and mission should be unchanging, your strategies can and should adapt quickly to changing conditions. Changing conditions is are a constant in our modern world and I will show you how to ensure that course corrections can be incorporated into your strategy formulation and implementation regime on a regular basis.

In this video, I will set out the Strategic Framework that you will need to get you started on formulating and implementing your new or revised business strategy for the future

21st Century Warehousing: Strategy and Operation

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