Saturday, February 18, 2012

Strategizing by Scripting

Amateurs compile lists of steps while professionals devise scripts.

What are the differences between a "script" and a list?
  • The script is for people who are proactively operate with a purpose.
  • The script is for people who are methodical by style.
  • Lists are for people who believed that their settings are always static
  • The list sometimes produces the illusion of stability
  • The script enables its implementer to operate in the settings of order and disorder.
This implement works when one's strategic operational team have comprehended the configuration of their Big Tangible Picture (BTP) and possessed a grand understanding of the strategic and tactical principles. By understanding their BTP, They know what adds up and when it multiples.

The Process of a Script Verses An Assortment of Principles
Having a large list of strategy principles and operational measures cannot always help the strategic implementer if he/she does not know how to script their operation in a concise way. (Some of the pseudo experts tell their followers to utilize a few of their interpreted principles for the purpose of resolving their problems regardless of their situation. )

Fwiw, the size of one's endeavor is proportional to the importance of having a well-devised script.

Compass Script
The Compass Script is our macro approach that organizes the assortment of lists of tactical plays for specific situations. It also enables its implementer to adjust their process and their objectives for certain situations

The process is specifically designed for short-term, reward-based projects with long-range implication. These projects are usually aligned to unpredictable strategic situations where the macro variables could change.

We will discussed about how a typical Compass Script works in a future post.

Question of the Day
Does your team operate from a script?

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