The importance of identifying
challenges and your own abilities
The basis of all success is to identify an attractive and desirable strategic position which subsequently enables you to develop a well-conceived strategic concept. It is all about the art of finding the right path to success. The Strategy Camp will provide you with a first concept of how to get there.
Choose stations by using the mouse.
Tools and methods to clear away symptoms and so grapple with causes will vary according to your needs.
The paths that you choose through the Strategy Jungle and the required equipment for strategy elaboration must be suited to you and your fellow travellers. It is of no use to lead your fellow travellers deep into the Jungle if they break out in fear and panic. It is also of no use to provide extensive explanations for experienced Jungle Scouts.
You need to find out what suits you best and how much you can accomplish. Equipment should not be too heavy and should only include what is absolutely necessary.
Are you and your fellow travellers on the journey according to the motto "one for all and all for one"? Or is everyone pursuing their own, at times open, at other times hidden, agenda?
The Strategy Scout will help you cut through the politics of the situation and enable you to use this to your advantage when formulating your goals for the Jungle path.
How much of a problem is your current situation? Depending on whether you "only" wish to master a strategic challenge or whether you would like to get on top of a strategy crisis, your path through the Strategy Jungle will be completely different.
Depending on your point of departure and position when bringing about change and realignment, this involves different opportunities and risks for the strategic process. Are you the leader who wants to ensure that your team is following in your tracks, or are you the rebel who needs to galvanise your management colleagues into action?
Maybe you are the revolutionary who recognises the need for action that remains hidden to other management executives.