Priorities for a new world

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If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading - Lao Tzu

Changeable forecast (again/still)

Whether you buy the hype about generative AI, for good or for bad, there’s no doubt that things are going to be very different for all of us from now on. Over the next few weeks and months, AI models are going to seep into most aspects of modern work, whether you like it or not.

There are profound implications, for our organisations and for us as individuals.

I’m currently on my 6th talk about this for the charity and non-profit sector, if you needed any more evidence that this is top-of-mind for many.

As with every major technological shift, the wise thing to do is:

  • pause
  • step back
  • look at the bigger picture
  • decide what to do
  • take action

But with so many options, and such wide-ranging change across so many functions, how can you possibly prioritise?

Introducing Strategenie

Most of us can’t afford to hire a big-arsed consultancy like Bain, BCG or McKinsey to help us figure out what to do. They’re really expensive, too slow and paying 100k for a 200 slide powerpoint presentation hurts.

Wouldn’t it be great to have the power of the Big 3 in a “digital magic lamp” you can use whenever you like?

So I made Strategenie. A genie for your strategy. Three clear charts (rather than wishes) highlight what your priorities should be.

With over 20 years working for GlaxoSmithKline across a range of different sectors and geographies, and in that time having worked with the outputs from the really large consulting firms, Strategenie provides a similarly robust model and process that delivers clear and actionable outcomes at a fraction of the time and cost - Amanda Blacklock, Founder, Blacklock Consulting

I won’t bang on about it anymore. You can find more information and lots of testimonials here.

Strategenie vs Big 3 Consultancy Strategenie vs Big 3 Consultancy

Strategenie is a need-to-have to demonstrate the robustness and due diligence for reporting how decisions get made in the charity. - Tim Stoller, Trustee, Breadwinners Charity

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