Real Stories. Real Strategies.
We help you make the most of your business opportunities by putting people, and their stories, at the heart of compelling strategies.
Stories shape strategy.
Stories inform strategy development by giving a real picture of what is – or isn’t – happening in your business. Your content (your vision and strategy) is created by the people who make it happen: the people in, and around your organisation or community.
How it works.
Using our pioneering StrategyStory method, we work in long-term partnerships with organisations developing their strategy for the future. We also deliver shorter workshops and training in Strategy and Story using digital storytelling.
StrategyStory has allowed us to involve and engage staff in developing our strategies. It is a dynamic and interactive way of communicating our strategy to all our stakeholders while listening to and including their voices.
Dr Tracy Shimmield,
Director, the Lyell Centre, British Geological Survey
Listen to what we do
Doing consultation differently.
People from Uist tell us what they need as part of our work for the National Council of Rural Advisers.
Helping voices be heard through grassroots development:
Your voices matter
Our bespoke strategy development process gives voice to people across your organisation or community.
Using technology at your fingertips
Using modern journalism and production techniques, together with everyday technology, we work with you to highlight your business or community challenges and opportunities and turn this into your strategy for change.
StrategyStory's foundation is rooted in over two decades of work and research in the field of Strategy across private, public and academic arenas.
Our process has developed from pioneering, internationally recognised research in strategic management combined with expertise in professional journalism and programme-making.
Cutting edge Strategy
“A tour d’force. Strategists at Work is a practical, step-by-step guide to creating strategies and then shifting them when they hit real-life.”
Kathleen M. Eisenhardt, Stanford University
“State of the art thinking”
Kate Buell-Armstrong, founder of confused.com and The Admiral Group
“Nothing Short of strategic brilliance”
Ian I Mitroff, Professor Emeritus, University of Southern Carolina