Your organisations strategy is its plan to achieve one or more of its goals. It is the general direction set for the company and its component parts to achieve a desired future state. How well is the strategy understood in your organisation? Is there a clear path outcome that everyone is driving towards? Communication, buy-in and ownership are essential ingredients for success. Revive can help in developing and deploying strategy and operating models that are right for your organisation and through facilitating leadership on transformational change.

Strategy Development

Strategy development is the process of researching and identifying strategic options, selecting the most promising and deciding how resources will be allocated across the organisation to achieve objectives. It involves the alignment of business development processes and procedures with your firm’s strategic business goals. Strategy development starts with clearly defining a specific goals, making decisions from among options for getting there and fully scoping the potential results of selecting a particular option. The five stages of strategy development are:

  • Goal Setting
  • Analysis
  • Strategy Formation
  • Strategy Implementation
  • Strategy Monitoring

If you’re serious about developing a strategy you will need focus, determination and energy. You will also need a systematic approach. If you would like to find out more about how Revive can help contact us today.

Business Process Architecture

Process Architecture is essentially a commonly understood, shared view of all the business processes that an organization may carry out in order to deliver a product or service to their customers and clients. As business capabilities expand and demands change, processes can become overly complex, garbled or disorganized as they are re-jigged and edited – the nature of a strong process architecture is to ensure these processes remain at their optimal state.

With Lean Six Sigma practises in mind, many wastes, particularly employees replicating their duties, making mistakes, or wasting resources are just a few examples of why Process Architecture is required.

In order to recognise where waste may be taking place, it is key to have a clear map of business processes from start to finish. Once these maps have been creating, they can provide a starting point for leadership to recognise areas for improvement.

In many cases, organizations have met with varied success of Lean Six Sigma, not because of any deficiencies in the methodology, principles or tools, but in the design and execution of the program.  

This is where the role of the Process Architect becomes vital. A Process Architect can manipulate the map, critique the current practises, and decide which methods, techniques or tools to implement as they attempt to streamline the business process.


OGSM is a business-planning framework that helps organizations link their long-term visions and strategies to short- and medium-term goals, actions and measures. It can help you monitor progress towards those goals, and maintain focus along the way.

OGSM stands for objective, goals, strategies, and measures, and creating an OGSM framework will help you put your corporate vision or strategy into action. You can use it to map out your organizational, team or personal goals, and to turn ideas into concrete activities.

Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how you operate and deliver value to customers. It’s also a cultural change that requires organizations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment, and get comfortable with failure. Digital transformations are even more difficult than traditional change efforts to pull off. But the results from the most effective transformations can be  remarkable. 

Change Management