September Roundup: What’s the Best Approach to Strategy?

Do you have a preferred way to approach challenges and opportunities? If so, you have a strategy.  In September, ASQ’s bloggers wrote about their approach to strategy after ASQ CEO Bill Troy shared his.

Approaches and methodologies: Tim McMahon approaches strategy with Hoshin Kanri, the process to select annual objectives that will give the organization the greatest possible advantage.

Nicole Radziwill developed a strategy called EASE, which stands for Expectations, Actionability, Sustainability, and Evaluation. Manu Vora discusses balanced scorecards, SWAT, and Hoshin. Lotto Lai wrote about Motorola’s Six Steps to Six Sigma deployment when developing a strategy for the Hong Kong Society for Quality.  Rajan Thiyagarajan uses a balanced scorecard approach to develop strategy. Bob Mitchell writes about strategies deployed by ASQ’s Statistics Division and the ASQ Minnesota section. Edwin Garro champions continuous improvement as part of strategy.

Implementing strategy: Unfortunately, there is  little focus on building the capability of the organization to execute strategy, writes John Hunter.  Similarly, Scott Rutherford discussed whether your strategic plan can survive when it first contacts reality.

Other Views: Jennifer Stepniowski writes about strategy in her personal and professional life.  And Dan Zrymiak explains how to use mission, mobilization, and governance to deploy strategy.

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