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Mar
28 2011

Dobri Stojsic

Strategic Plans, Cascading Actions

Sr.Partner, Strategic Planning Group, http://www.tspg-consulting.com/home.htm

How far ahead do you plan? Dobri Stojsic, Senior partner at the Strategic Planning Group, and former senior executive at the Bank of Montreal, talks about strategic planning and the necessary actions that should be taken. Giving real cases and examples, he discusses the role of the executive team, the accountability of boards, and the necessity of knowing your customer. With a focus on the banking industry, Dobri Stojsic reveals the cascading steps in a strategic plan, and offers help to those looking for a process. Learn what it means to build a business strategy, and how far to plan ahead.



Interview Date: March 2011



Dobri Stojsic: Blog

May 06 2011

Organization Alignment

from: Dobri J. Stojsic, Senior Partner

Syndicated from: The Strategic Planning Group

Over recent years we have noticed companies are badly aligned to the strategic priorities they have.  Our conclusion is that they organization structure they have is badly outdated for the current times.  What is your opinion?

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Mar 16 2010

Operating Culture

from: Dobri J. Stojsic, Senior Partner

Syndicated from: The Strategic Planning Group

It appears to us that culture is becoming a larger and larger issue issue with organizations.  By this I mean, how companies work to get things done.  Culture embodies structure, leadership, communications, technology, a learning environment, planning and implementation and  organizational efficiency.  In the past senior people have not paid much attention to this important […]

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Feb 26 2010

Strat Planning with SME

from: Dobri J. Stojsic, Senior Partner

Syndicated from: The Strategic Planning Group

I was wondering if smaller firms still need to do strategic planning but don’t know how, have no process or don’t want to spend any funds on this important subject. I also think some believe they can do it themselves. I would be interested …

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