Strategy-making Outcomes

  1. Identification of a system of strategies that reinforce one another and allow the issues and concerns of those participating to be managed and the new strategic future to be realized.
  2. Production of a set of strategies that protect the identified core distinctive competencies.
  3. Renewal/development of new patterns of competences and distinctive competences.
  4. Agreed plans for diminishing arresting or outsourcing activities that enable resources to be made available for other activities.

Once the business model has been developed, it is important to review the original set of issues. This is partly to ensure that those issues which group members feel important are being considered but also to review their prioritization and therefore where management attention and resources should be focused. Developing the business model will almost certainly have suggested a rethink of the importance of managing the issues.

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