Chapter 2

Strategic dialogue

  • Why use it? The strategic dialogue is a generic eight-step model for formulating and implementing strategy that is based on engagement with key stakeholders: what the organisation can and will do is not invented in an ivory tower, but is developed and implemented in dialogue with key external and internal partners and stakeholders.
  • What does it do? The model treats strategy as an integral process of formulation and implementation. It focuses on content and process: doing the right things and doing things right. It is an iterative process with an approach that leads to making clear strategic choices with the support of key stakeholders.
  • When to use it? The strategic dialogue can be used as a systematic approach to ...

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