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How you can eliminate wasted conversations by separating strategy conversations into sub conversations.

How you can eliminate wasted conversations by separating strategy conversations into sub conversations.

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    • Strategy Language
      A language platform for discussing strategy
    • Hi, I’m Digit
    • I’m here to talk to you about. . .
      Strategy Language
    • This presentation is about using a common platform to describe strategy.
    • Let’s start with. . .
      “What is strategy language?”
    • It’s the concepts, and the relationships between these concepts, that people typically use when discussing business strategy.
    • By using a common platform to describe our strategywe can . . .
      . . . have a common language to describe where we are going.
    • . . . all understand how the strategy elements fit together to form the whole.
      By using a common platform to describe our strategywe can . . .
    • . . . ask questions about why we do things the way we do, and see the impacts everywhere.
      By using a common platform to describe our strategywe can . . .
    • By using a common platform to describe our strategywe can . . .
      . . . debate new strategies without getting lost in terminology
    • Okay, we're convinced.
      A common platform to describe strategy would be useful.
      But what is this platform?
    • Could you hurry up?
      These are heavy.
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      PLAN
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      PLANand then take ACTION.
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      Once the plan is complete you get people and resources moving.
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      You take the action within a specified time frame dictated by your outlook.
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      You take the action to achieve specific measurable outcomes. S.M.A.R.T.
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      The measurable outcomes are the visible manifestations of the desires, wants, wishes of the team.
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      And consistent with:
      how the entity is organized, structured, and managed
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      And consistent with:
      how the entity chooses to behave
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      And finally with:
      its purpose for being
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      Yes, these seven categories describe the conversations people have when they discuss strategy.
      That’s it, 7 categories?
    • STRATEGY TAKES PLACE WHEN YOU:
      You see, by understanding that strategy conversations are made up of separate and related sub-conversations, we eliminate confusion.
      I get it! We debate the idea – not the term.
    • Imagine if everyone in your organization had a common understanding of strategy conversations?
    • What value could you unlock?
    • If you’d like more info about the power of structured conversations.
      Call us and ask for John.
      Tell him Digit sent you.
      Ennova Inc.
      Toronto, Ontario
      1-888- 6ennova
      905-294-8050 (local)
      John @ennova.ca
    • Hey Digit, can you give me a hand with this?