Organizational resources valuation

The Role of the Internal versus the External Strategist  June 25, 2011 – 08:52 am
valuation and litigation Can an external strategist be an asset to an established corporate strategic planning team?   There is clearly no substitute for the value provided by the internal strategist and the homegrown planning processes that fit the organization like an old well-worn baseball glove.  But can this value be enhanced by an outsider’s involvement?  
nter the external strategist, stage right.  There is a perceptible but unspoken tension that exists when external consultants enter the picture in an organization.  This can be especially true when the consultant is a strategist.  The questions begin to percolate, more and more rapidly. 
  • “What do they know about our business? ” 
  • “Will they be able to understand our organization well enough to help us? ” 
  • “What can this “consultant” offer that we cannot do better ourselves? ”
  • “Will they make things worse because they don’t understand our culture and how things work around here? “

The Internal Strategist

Would anyone argue the importance of an organization’s strategy being developed from within, by the leaders and managers of the organization that know and understand it best?   It is a tough statement to rebuke, even by the most skilled debaters among

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