SKCI’s 5 Key Questions (5KQ) Strategy Series
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SKCI’s Downloadable Strategy Tools
Each Downloadable Strategy Tool is accompanied by a detailed how-to guide, including examples. You will have access to both Word and PowerPoint worksheets for ease of use.
Download SKCI's SWOT Analysis Strategy Tool
Download SKCI's Competitor Analysis Strategy Tool
Download SKCI's Core Competence Analysis Strategy Tool
Download SKCI's Strategy Prioritisation Matrix Strategy Tool
Download SKCI's PEST Analysis Strategy Tool
Download SKCI's Balanced Scorecard Tool
Download Kotter’s Eight Stage Change Process Tool
Download SKCI's Value Discipline Model Strategy Tool
Download SKCI's Ansoff Growth Matrix Tool
Download SKCI's Porter's Value Chain Tool
Download Porter’s Five Forces of Competition Tool
Download SKCI's Value Proposition Canvas Strategy Tool
Download SKCI's BCG Growth Share Matrix
Download SKCI's Competitor Positioning Matrix Tool
Download Porter’s Generic Strategies Tool
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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).
Many successful business people identify with being a ‘Type A’ personality, which we colloquially agree means ambitious, action oriented, goal driven and tenacious. This often translates to a full schedule and a long To Do List with big goals to achieve. However, we are all limited by the time and energy we have available to succeed, so it’s useful to develop strategies to maximise productivity.