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Transforming Operating Models with Service Design
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What are some of our customers saying…
Following our training from Stratability, my team was able to successfully deliver a TOM project for a large global investment banking client, and we even exceeded their expectations in a very short period of time. When it comes to Operating Model Design and Business Architecture, we are very happy to have learnt from one of the best in the industry. Stuart McClymont
MD at Base60 & JDX Consulting
My understanding of operating models has moved up from a one or two to a three or four, and this brings value back to my clients. I can also articulate how to troubleshoot and where we can help our clients through transformation. I would recommend this course to anyone who is on a journey to understand, or prepare for, going through a business transformation, or looking at ways to drive efficiency in your organization. Andy Len
Director Client Services at Dell EMC
The key thing that I learnt on the course was how to look at the business as a total entity and develop key processes throughout the business. It’s going to enable me to go back into my business and focus on what we do and what we offer from strategy to delivery. From that perspective, the course was outstanding. Clive Dalton
Digital & Business Intelligence Manager at Synergy
Funded on Kickstarter in 2017
A highly accessible toolkit and illustrated guide, with 25 templates and many more case studies, taking your through how to apply the 5 models in the book using 3 guided-paths, to help you transform an enterprise in today’s digital age with business agility
Available from March 2018 via Amazon.com
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Post GDPR Analysis #1: Operating Model impacts to...
[THE STRATEGY JOURNEY] Well, what a month right… as everyone has either been busy with implementing GDPR or watching what others are doing! Having spoken to both big and small businesses before and after the big day on 25 May 2018, here is the first of three Post GDPR Analysis reviews […]
Implementing GDPR: should you use Blockchain?
[THE STRATEGY JOURNEY] In my previous blog on Linkedin, I discussed how this ever popular buzzword of the moment, called Blockchain, was disrupting our lives as well as how it is being used for GOOD versus EVIL. In this blog, I will highlight some of my thoughts on implementing GDPR and how it […]
Don’t forget customer value comes first
[THE STRATEGY JOURNEY] I’m been hearing lots of other people complain lately, that many businesses have just forgotten about good old customer value and I couldn’t agree more. It’s been particularly frustrating and quite annoying when you hear or read about another so called new […]