Strategic learning 2.0 – taking a system approach on strategic direction and leadership

Jomer & Co helps companies and government organisations develop and implement their strategic directions with a system-based leadership approach. The key insight that the quality of direction, learning and implementation are fundamental for the organisation´s ability to close the gap between the current and wanted positions puts high demand on leaders.

Taking a system view on leadership, a clear and balanced common thread through the strategic direction is secured. Clear direction and targets are set, learning is prioritised, change is executed, and capabilities to distinguish and integrate different perceptions of the strategic direction are established. It is the many decisions and activities performed by the employees every day that really determine if the organisation will attain its wanted position.

Strategic direction

A clearly communicated and understood strategic direction is essential for managers and employees to successfully focus their behaviours and actions. It defines the path toward the wanted position in terms of strategy, operating model and business plan, and is based on the organisation´s mission, values and vision.

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Balance analysis

Secure alignment and the common thread in the strategic direction.

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Digitisation

Gain from a strategic direction in the digitised world.

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Knowledge integration

Knowledge is something all people have, but it only represents value when it is used. This statement is a key leadership challenge as the nature of work changes.

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System-based leadership

Set out and move people along the strategic direction toward the wanted position by developing forms and leadership capabilities to secure quality of direction, quality of learning and quality of implementation.

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Making strategic choices

Strategy, the art of making the most intelligent choices.

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Gaining insight

Seize the ”Aha” moments before struggling with implementation.

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Dialogue culture

A culture of learning, which allows ideas, perceptions and understanding to surface.

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Strategic learning

Our view on systematic strategy creation and implementation.

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Strategy execution

When closing the strategy-to-execution gap, strategy execution is about harvesting the full potential of the business. It is the result of all the decisions and activities made by leadership teams and staff every day on the promise to implement the strategy.

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Aligning the organisation

A brilliant strategy can put you on the competitive map, but only solid implementation and execution by an aligned organisation will keep you there.

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