Emergent Strategy

For organizations to survive and grow, their rate of learning has to be equal to, or greater than, the rate of change in their environment. Revans’s axiom –L ≥ C –is an essential of organizational ecology.”

from The Fish Rots From The Head: The Crisis in our Boardrooms: Developing the Crucial Skills of the Competent Director” by Bob Garratt

In this approach we will be starting with a point of view, use insights from the market and customers to ideate for new solutions. We will explore multiple new ideas and prototype with the clubs and finally the validated learnings become the actual strategy.

This approach and lens should continue over the next few years with updated learnings.

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