The Aspects of Developing a Strategy
Decisions are arrived at after a process of evaluation. We research to see if there are precedents or benchmark against national best practise. The cognitive process employed by the committee and the office in the development of strategies, concepts/plans, is a simple iterative process. By applying this rational process of decision making usually with data as the input, we ensure that our response is considered and measured.
Figure 1: Before commencing a partnership, we start with the end objective in mind. In relation to our partners or clients we determine what the critical needs are that have to be met.
Figure 2: The requirements of the partners is a driver of ideas.
Figure 3: Strategy definition process using data or survey input. Information is captured and ideas generated and this is evaluated.