Making strategic decisions in the top team

“Chairman left the company due to strategic differences.” We often read these kinds things in the press after a company has made new strategic policy decisions – for obvious reasons.

After all, if a company sets a new course, it usually has several decision options. In addition, due to prior experience and duties, top decision-makers often have differences of opinion about what is necessary for achieving future success. Coming to a consensus for strategic decisions is equally difficult.

We help companies, for example, by conducting strategy workshops with the top decision makers and facilitating the decision-making process.


  • The company’s top decision-makers

  • determining the decision options

  • analyzing the risks and opportunities, advantages and disadvantages of each option

  • developing a common decision

  • if applicable, planning the next steps

  • making a viable decision, defining the success criteria for the implementation and setting the framework for the implementation.