Lafley, Martin, and Riel (2013) suggest that strategic thinking does not need to be overly complex, and that a simple framework in which one rigorously answers five questions can be a strong starting point for developing a Strategy Playbook. As importantly, they suggest that this “five-question strategy playbook” is relevant for all kinds of organizations.
Here are the five questions:
This week, and during the remainder of the course, you will use this framework as a starting point for analyzing case study examples, and for building your own Strategy Playbook. Additionally, this week you will create a “strategy map” of the Signature Theatre, which you will use as a template for creating such a map for your Strategy Playbook later in the course.
Post a polished analysis that responds to each of the three prompts below:
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