Strategic Choice Architecture is the process by which strategic choices are identified and structured so that they can be made in a way that leads naturally to productive action for the organization.
I am devoted to helping senior management teams improve the architecture of their strategy choices. They often find themselves struggling to determine what choices really need to be tackled to advance the cause of their organizations. And when they tackle whatever choices they think important, they tend to struggle to make the choices and even more to see those choices convert to action. As a result, there is perceived to be a crisis of ‘implementation’ in organizations. Rather I see the problem as one of how strategic choices are made. I have created a process called Strategic Choice Structuring which is designed to help management teams focus on the high-value choices, make inspired choices, and make them in a way that leads to productive action. It is a process that major companies like Procter & Gamble and Dun & Bradstreet utilize throughout their strategic processes.