Vanishing Point

The Measurable Lasting Value of a Simple Strategy

Posted by Tyler Sweatt

Apr 18, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Strategy is overcomplicated. Government and commercial executives get so wrapped up in working to figure out all the details of a complex task or objective that they lose sight of the plan.

 

This simple four-step strategy approach helps to identify the path you need to take, which informs the strategy you need to build. Each step in the process below should have a clear answer that involves stakeholders from inside and outside the organization.

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Welcome to Vanishing Point – The New Toffler Associates Blog

Posted by Deb Westphal

Jul 22, 2015 9:07:00 AM

A vanishing point is defined as “the point where your eye should view an image for the correct perspective.” We want our new blog to help you to see the world and your business in new and exciting ways. 

 We will share our insights from a variety of industries to help ignite your creative thought and innovation. We’ll help you identify and overcome the very real challenges you face in creating new value and protecting the value you’ve worked so hard to build. We will challenge you to start by asking the right questions. 


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Third Wave Planning is a Contact Sport

Posted by Deb Westphal

Apr 15, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Futurist Alvin Toffler defined three waves of change: First Wave – the Agrarian Age, Second Wave – the Industrial Age, and Third Wave – the Knowledge Age. Because the fundamentals vary from age to age, it stands to reason that strategic planning should also be different across the three waves.

 

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