Zoom Out/Zoom in Strategy

Solution

Zoom Out/Zoom in Strategy

Redefining strategy in times that defies prediction​

The Zoom Out/Zoom In approach identifies that strategic decisions to take today, in order to achieve the long term vision​.

The Approach

The “Zoom Out, Zoom In” approach starts with developing a shared view of the 10-20 years future and your company’s role in that future. It then works back to the implications for action in the present with a lens on which initiatives will have the greatest impact and create the most economic value over time.  ​

This holistic approach helps to future-proof the business and is meant to inform strategic planning. Done on a yearly basis, it can keep the business aligned in the same direction and adapt to shifting business, technology, and customer forces.

Four distinctive phases are designed to build alignment between company’s long term direction and short-term initiatives to accelerate movement

1. Envision the future

2. Focus on what will be required for success​​

3. Define high-impact initiatives

4. Mobilize resources to take action

 
 
 

Results

During the four distinctive phases, we identify: 

  • Shared future view, and company’s challenges & key drives
  • Company’s 10-20 year vision and role captures in the narrative
  • Initiatives in line with strategy and company’s narrative
  • Action plan with clear milestones and measures
     
 

Interested?

If you would like to know more about Zoom Out/Zoom In, reach out to us at c4e@deloitte.nl or to Wassili Bertoen at +31621272293 .

 

Contact

Wassili Bertoen

Wassili Bertoen

Partner

I have a passion for stimulating people to explore new opportunities. I founded the Deloitte Innovation BV in 2008. In 2013 I founded Deloitte Center for the Edge Europe. We say: 'your future business... More

Bastiaan Walenkamp

Bastiaan Walenkamp

Director

I started my career at a large financial institution bank where I joined the newly founded incubator (corporate venturing). After 5 years I did a Management Buy-Out of one the corporate start-ups and ... More