Learn how we support your work by building greater corporate clarity, and separate the needs of leaders and people from the specific needs of an organization. We hope illustrating our focus helps to reveal the value we provide for numerous industries looking for strategic advice.
Find out more about the four outcomes of the Strategic C.A.S.E. method. Learn how the technique offers value for both businesses that have and lack strategy.
In this post, we review a few popular strategic consulting methods and offer a one-page system for strategic planning. In an original series examining how the Strategic C.A.S.E. method is similar and also distinctive towards other plans. The method can show what your business looks like, and help you define your value more clearly. Learn more about Lambert Strategy and find out more about the Strategic C.A.S.E. method.
The Strategic C.A.S.E. method is a novel method for business and management consulting, which applies towards strategic planning objectives, operations and performance management. As well, the technique is an additional resource to existing methods in the field of management and business consulting. Finally, our process is based on our experience. It offers advantages to both corporations and not-for-profits. Read more.
Porter's Five Forces is one of the best-known methods for managing competition. In this post learn about organizational intelligence and how to develop it, as well as the key details needed to start the plan for competing with the rivals in your industry.
Developing mission and vision statements for your company is essential. We explore how to create them, why they are valuable, and how Lambert Strategy Group helps businesses with workshops and brainstorming sessions.
Negotiating compromise can take any number of forms, ranging from discussing where to grab dinner with your spouse, to negotiating a peace treaty between warring nations. And, because negotiation is such a useful tool for people, businesses, and organizations at any station in life or stage, it is crucial to understand how to negotiate effectively. #Leadership #Management #Consulting