Managing Partner Bob Frisch shares what makes SOG unique, and how our expertise can be helpful for your firm.
Don’t just ask who when defining accountability, ask what. Watch our team discuss how to clarify accountability within your organization.
When a firm evaluates the barriers that bound the business, it can open up strategic space for the company. Watch Bob Frisch explain the concept of Walls and Fences.
Watch our team explain the best way to start planning a strategy meeting – by establishing a clear set of objectives for the meeting.
Most meetings have extremely lengthy pre-reads that are not clearly integrated with the meeting or objectives.
Watch our team explain why “Silence Denotes Consent” is so effective.
Strategic Offsites Group explains the right way to cut people off in meetings.
A shot clock can keep meetings lively, focused, and sharp. Watch our team explain how to best use this simple yet effective tool to make your meetings more productive.
Our team explains what to do to ensure you end a strategy offsite meeting just as productively as you start.
Platform strategy is one of today’s hottest topics for CEOs and Executive Teams. In our latest Practice Spotlight, we explore one conversation you and your team should be having upfront…
Watch a video summarizing some key points from our presentation, “Five Strategy Conversations Every Board Should Have”, hosted by the National Association of Corporate Directors and the Arthur Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford Law School.
Learn how a successful transformation effort works with three key leadership steps: providing direction, taking feedback from the organization, and effectively coordinating the functions around a set of priorities.
Of all the meetings top executives go to in a year, none is more important than the strategy off-site, where the most essential conversations for the future of the business occur. Yet it is the rare management team that can say its strategy off-site truly changed the way the business is run. At best, participants do some vague direction setting and work on team-building skills; at worst, they write off the retreat as a waste of time and resources. It needn’t be like that.
As the pandemic eases and we resume gathering in person, hybrid meetings will become a permanent part of how organizations function. These meetings bring added complexity at the same time that our collective Covid-driven year of meeting virtually raised expectations for remote participation. We share eight best practices to help make your hybrid meetings more effective.