SKCI’s 5 Key Questions (5KQ) Strategy Series
Insight Article: Strategy Series Question 1 – Where are we now?“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.”Many business leaders find the process of developing strategy quite daunting. Part of the...
Insight Article: Strategy Series Question 2 - Where do we want to go?Continuing The 5KQ Approach In the previous article we looked at the first of the Five Key Questions (5KQ) for Strategy Development, namely ‘Where are we now?’. The second Question in the 5KQ series...
Insight Article: Strategy Series Question 3 - What are we going to do (differently?)Stage 3 of the 5KQ Approach In the previous articles we looked at the first two of the Five Key Questions (5KQ) for Strategy Development, namely ‘Where are we now?’ and ‘Where do we...
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It seems that almost every day there is something in the media about climate change and ESG (Environmental and Social Governance). This media attention is likely to increase in the run up to the COP26 conference in Glasgow. Most large companies now report on their ESG performance
In previous years the concept of a location independent working life, meaning you can work effectively from anywhere, has been on the wish list of many. This can be referred to as WFA (Work From Anywhere). Pre-pandemic very few managed to make WFA a reality, some examples of those who did are those with their own online businesses, digital nomads
Much has been written about the importance of measuring carbon emissions and the importance of addressing climate change. Indeed, this is increasingly becoming a legal requirement with, for example, larger companies in the UK having to report against SECR (Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting).