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Corporate Strategy

The business environment in the 21st century has already experienced significant change, and the future is sure to be no more predictable. What strategy is needed to succeed and continue succeeding, despite radical changes in the business environment? JMAC considers it absolutely necessary to become, what we call, an “indispensable company”. To accomplish this, an organization must be willing and able to repeat the PDL (Plan-Do-Learning) cycle for its strategy.

Planning your organization`s strategic position and business model, namely the ability to formulate a creative and adaptive strategy, is becoming increasingly important. How does one create a strategy without using standard formulas? How does an organization increase its cohesive power through the sharing of strategy vectors? The ability to formulate a vision as an “indispensible company” is absolutely vital.

But even the best strategies are rendered meaningless if they cannot be implemented. Likewise, even with an outstanding strategy, with changing times there is the requirement to always be upgrading and changing at an increasingly fast pace. Through implementing a strategy, successful experiences will be upgraded with further successful experiences, but failed experiences need also to be reformed for the next successful experience through the PDL cycle. JMAC believes that acquiring the organizational ability to repeatedly perform PDL is the strategy for continued success. Not only with top management, but across all levels of middle management, extending to the front line employees. We believe that more than anything else a strategy promoting PDL participation by all employees is the strength that all organizations should extend.
In the field of strategy, under the four key themes of business value regeneration, corporate realignment, cross-functional business innovation and execution innovation, JMAC is promoting practical support for management and business strategy from a Japanese, Asian and importantly, a global perspective.

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