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Strategy New 2018-05-11T14:03:53+00:00

Strategy fits along a spectrum of views you can take of an organisation. It’s less tangible than a task yet more concrete than a philosophy. It is the artful method of enacting your architecture and lifting potential.

So, who is best placed to build a strategy? Is it the most senior executives, the do-ers in the organisation, or middle management?

Sometimes designing strategy is less about the final output and more about what you put into it. For this reason, it can be helpful to get a breadth of views from your stakeholders; the opinions from various levels, and the skills of the range of functions. Add to that, the inspiration of an outside perspective and neutral facilitation, and a strategy will be thoughtfully constructed and rich with information. Additionally, its creation will have involved those affected by its outcome so will inherently prioritised and have less risk or roadblocks; a greater sense of ownership; and more chance of being ‘sticky’ enough to be realised.

Strategic facilitation is an important tool to have available. Getting people together and using different perspectives and areas of expertise as the building blocks of a strategy requires delicate questioning and sensible sequencing. At Bendelta, we are experienced in creating the types of interactions that combine detail and dreaming, and paves the way for potent strategies to be designed.

Meet our strategy consultants

Jan Bowe
Head of Brisbane
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Jan Bowe is a Principal Consultant and Head of Brisbane. She is a specialist in both strategy and organisation design. Jan’s expertise lies in both strategy analysis, formulation and facilitation.
Sarah Daley
Principal Consultant
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Sarah is a Principal Consultant based in Brisbane and is a highly experienced organisational design and development professional with over 10 years of providing outcomes.
Jessica Hall
Senior Consultant
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Jessica is a Senior Consultant and commercially astute psychologist with specific expertise in organisational development and design – the practice of changing people and organisations for positive growth.

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