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© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Files mounted on the Making Strategy Sage web site Six sets of PowerPoint slides: Introduction to Making Strategy Strategy as the Prioritisation and Management of Key Issues Strategy as Purpose: Agreeing Goals and Aspirations for the Organisation Strategy as Competitive advantage Closure These slides are intended only as a supplement to the book and do not represent a complete picture of the theory, concepts, or practice that lie behind the approach to strategy. They provide some further examples and pick out some main themes. They have been designed so that they can be modified and added to. However, the copyright of the material lies with the authors. Four sets of PowerPoint slides that list the tasks for each of the four forums. These are directly from the book and save retyping them if required. A 2-page quick guide to the use of Decision Explorer. This guide provides the majority of the hot-key instructions that used extensively during the Making Strategy process. Videos introducing the use of Decision Explorer in the issue management forum. This provides a quick way of getting the hang of using the software at a basic level.
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Group Explorer There is also available a Group Support System that allows participants to enter statements and links directly in to a publicly displayed Decision Explorer model. The system also allows for the rating of statements, and the indication of preferences about, for example, options to focus on, undesirable options, leverage on goals, etc. The significant benefits of the system are higher productivity, anonymity when appropriate, the ability to monitor development consensus, and facilitator monitoring of levels of participation and type of participation. The system has been used extensively over the past 10 years by a number of Business Schools, managers, and consultants. It has been used with top management teams of MNCs as well as with pressure groups. The system requires the purchase of the Group Explorer software from Ackermann&Eden at Strathclyde Business School, a full copy of Decision Explorer, Windows Server, and 2 laptop computers (one running Windows Server and the other Windows 7). See: Ackermann, F. and Eden, C. Negotiation in Strategy Making Teams Group Support Systems and the Process of Cognitive Change. Group Decision and Negotiation. 2011; 20(3)293-314. Andersen, D.; Richardson, G. P.; Ackermann, F., and Eden, C. Using a Group Support System to Add Value to Group Model Building. System Dynamics Review. 2010; 26(4)335-346.
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Scripts for the Strategy as Stakeholder Management Forum Chapter 10 Ackermann & Eden, Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Strategic Management Strategic Management is about agreeing which stakeholders to practically focus energy, cash, effort, emotion
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Script for Identifying and Prioritising Stakeholders Tasks: 1) Introduce the Stakeholder Management Forum: 5 minutes 2) Surface stakeholders: 10-15 minutes 3) Review emergent material: 5 minutes 4) Position stakeholders against the dimensions of power and interest: 15-30 minutes 5) Note the typical disposition of stakeholders: 10-20 minutes 6) Consider candidate management options: 5-15 minutes Deliverable: A Structured Map illustrating stakeholder priority Script Timing: Minimum 50 minutes, expected 90 minutes Refer to p256
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Script for Exploring Stakeholder relationships Tasks: 1) Explore and capture the formal and informal relationships between stakeholders: 20-25 minutes 2) Examine the resultant influence network to detect emergent properties and consider management options: 20-35 minutes Deliverable: Structured stakeholder map illustrating social networks and highlighting areas for management Script Timing: Minimum 40 minutes, expected 55 minutes Refer to p263
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Script for Building Stakeholder Management Webs Tasks: 1) Select key stakeholder(s) to be examined: 5-10 minutes 2) Explore in depth the bases of Power and Interest: 15-50 minutes 3) Review the resultant different webs for commonalities of interests and power: 10-20 minutes Deliverable: Detailed understanding of key stakeholders and management options Script Timing: Minimum 30 minutes, expected 65 minutes (for 3 webs) Refer to p266
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Files mounted on the Making Strategy Sage.
Files mounted on the Making Strategy Sage web site
© Colin Eden and Fran Ackermann: Lecture Notes For Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success, Sage, 2011 Making Strategy: Mapping Out Strategic Success.
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