This short document gives a guide to the Strategy Dynamics materials available on this page at Coggno, and should be read first to gain the most benefit from these resources. It will be updated as new materials are released, so keep an eye on the version number.
This 20 minute slide-show presentation explains the basic issues of strategic management, and shows why strategy dynamics - an approach to managing strategy and performance continuously over time - is necessary. As well as being useful on its own, the presentation forms the introduction to the 3-part summary course on strategy dynamics [parts A, B, C] at www.coggno.com.
This video of about an hour is a webinar from August 2008 on the insights and high business value from using the Strategy Dynamics approach to analysing strategic issues and situations. If you are not familiar with this, you should visit www.strategydynamics.com first.
This short slide presentation explains the outline of the summary course in Strategy Dynamics, starting with the free introduction to strategy, followed by the three main parts of the course.
This slide-show comes in 4 segments, and should only be viewed after watching the free 'What is strategy, and strategy dynamics?' . It sets out the basic principles of how any organization works as a system of simple, interdependent resources [customers, staff, capacity, products, cash ...], and how this can be captured in a quantifiable picture - the 'strategic architecture' - that constantly explains its performance.
This slide-show comes in 3 segments, and should only be viewed after watching the free 'What is strategy, and strategy dynamics?' and Part A of this course. It deals with how to understand and control the quality of an organization's resources, how the stages through which resources develop affect performance, and how to deliberately manage the dynamics of competition for customers and other scarce resources.
This slide-show comes in 3 segments, and should only be viewed after watching the free 'What is strategy, and strategy dynamics?' and Part A of this course. It deals with how management controls strategy and performance, and the role of intangible factors [reputation, morale, quality ...] and capabilities - an organization's ability to do key activities fast, well and at low cost.