Stratrix Insights


Avoiding Cultural Faux Paus

Avoiding Cultural Faux Paus for Consultants. Awareness of cultural faux pas is crucial for anyone engaging in international business, especially in the consulting sector, where relationships and trust [...] Read More

Artificial Intelligence

Generative AI Accounting and Finance Use Cases

Generative AI Accounting and Finance Use Cases The Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) domain is undergoing transformative change, largely fueled by Artificial Intelligence (AI) advancements. [...] Read More


Top Business Schools Worldwide

The following are Stratrix's top business schools worldwide. Top Business Schools Worldwide Harvard Business School, Harvard University, USA Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, [...] Read More


top strategy consulting firms

List of Top Strategy Consulting Firms. The following is a list of top strategy consulting firms, a brief introduction to each company, and a link to their website. List of Top Strategy Consulting Firms. [...] Read More

Product Management

Product Release Planning

The ultimate guide to Product Release Planning, an essential step in product management. Introduction to Product Release Planning Overview Definition of Product Release A product release refers to [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks

Hoshin Kanri Matrix

Hoshin Kanri Matrix, which translates from Japanese as "direction management," is a strategic planning method used in organizations to align a company's strategy with its actions and resources. This method [...] Read More

Product Management

Finding product market fit

Finding product market fit is the focus of this article. If you're a product manager, you know how important it is to find a product market fit. But what exactly is a product market fit? And how can [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks

Strategy Maps – A Visual tool to create multiple perspectives

What are Strategy Maps? Strategy Maps visually represent an organization's corporate strategy and the specific processes, systems, linkages, and relationships that help implement a strategy on a single [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management

Management by Objectives

Management by Objectives (MBOs) breaks down big picture goals into manageable chunks for employees and provides a tool for measuring performance against these goals. The concept of MBOs was first popularized [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management, Strategy

Co-opetition – Brandenburger and Nalebuff

Co-opetition is the new buzzword.  Can businesses become more competitive when they cooperate?  Based on Game Theory, Co-opetition by Adam Brandenburger & Barry Nalebuff presented a revolutionary [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Strategy

Execution Bossidy Charan

Flawless Execution is a critical success factor for most enterprises. EXECUTION: The Discipline of Getting Things Done by Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan takes the position that a good strategy for a business [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Leadership, Management

Leadership Styles – Daniel Goleman

Daniel Goleman's Leadership styles is a classic management framework. Goleman may be best known for his bestseller, Emotional Intelligence, which demonstrated how the two minds – rational and emotional [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management, Strategy

Crossing the Chasm

Geoffrey Moore's seminal concept, Crossing the Chasm, is enduring and invaluable in understanding how customer adoption transpires and many products get caught in the proverbial chasm. In Crossing the [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management, Strategy, Technology

The Innovator’s Dilemma

Clayton Christensen's Innovators dilemma concept is a classic management framework.  In this seminal book, innovation expert and Harvard Business School Professor Clayton M. Christensen revealed a startling [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management, Strategy

The Theory of Disruptive Innovation

Disruptive innovation is a term used by Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen in his 1997 book The Innovator’s Dilemma, considered by many to be one of the most influential business ideas [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management, Strategy

The Brand Identity Prism

The Brand Identity Prism was conceptualized by branding expert Jean-Noël Kapferer. The prism works are a way to show how different elements of the brand work together and relate to each other. Under [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management, Strategy

Critical Success Factors

Identifying the critical success factors in an organization can help bring team members together to focus on the right goals. Critical success factors are essential factors of success. The management [...] Read More

Classic Frameworks, Management, Strategy

The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid – C.K. Prahalad

C.K Prahalad posits that there is an immense fortune at the bottom of the pyramid. The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid by C.K. Prahalad reframed the world's poorest citizens as resilient and creative [...] Read More


Selling to CXOs

For B2B marketers and sales teams selling to CXOs is a tough but essential part of the job. In the enterprise sales field, if selling to CXOs is not your core competence, your company will fall by the [...] Read More


Pitching analyst firms effectively

Pitching analyst firms effectively is a vital task of any marketer or an analyst relations expert. When an industry analyst wants to cover a sector or a category, it is a good sign that the clients are [...] Read More

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