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Integrative Thinking
Integrated ideas and tools connect the dots between strategy, execution and results. Solutions incorporate proven best-practice concepts woven together in an integrated, innovative way.

SharePoint, Business Intelligence and Data Integration
Leverage SharePoint Foundation 2010 and Microsoft software to deliver business intelligence capabilities. Integrate data from multiple systems and sources.

Cost Effectiveness and Adaptability
Our solution can be quickly and effectively put to work for you whether you have 10, 100 or 1000+ employees. Start with our flexible, integrated models and then customize them to make them your own.

Low Risk
The use of standard SharePoint Foundation techniques ensures that your team can understand and support these solutions. The tools stand on their own - and are not dependent on our consulting methods or services.

Strategic Alignment

AlignmentOrganizations are made up of people. People think differently about things. They carry different assumptions about what is going on around them. They carry different interpretations of the significance of various signals. They may have different ideas about what needs to be done.

We often hear phrases like 'getting everyone on the same page'; 'pulling in the same direction'. These ideas are related to strategic alignment. If individuals act in ways that conflict with organization intentions - then it less likely that the organization attain objectives.

Strategy is often about big ideas... but those big ideas need to be translated into meaningful, executable, measureable terms in order for people to do the right things and determine whether or not they are getting the intended results. Two critical, complementary elements are the actions that need to be taken and the outcomes that need to be achieved. Actions and outcomes can be expressed in simple, inspirational ways in order to be understood and motivate. Actions and outcomes must be translated into more detailed, clear and specific terms in order for practical action to be taken; and for progress to be measured.

Strategic alignment is about connecting actions and outcomes together to understand the interplay between them. It is also about aligning broad organizational strategy with individual action; and broad goals or outcomes with more specific, measures of performance.

Strategy Foundation: Where are we now? Where do we want to be?

It begins by representing key assumptions about where the organization is today and where it needs to be in the future. These assumptions are represented graphically for simplicity and ease of understanding. They are represented textually to add clarity and definition.

Strategic Roadmap: How will we get there?

You wouldn't think of giving someone directions until you clearly understand their current position and where they want to go. Similarly, only once the strategy foundation is understood should we begin talking about what directions or what path we will take. The strategic roadmap graphically synthesizes elements of where the organization currently is; where they need to be; and how they will get there.

Methods and Techniques

The strategic management portal support several tiers of actions and outcomes to translate ideas from high-level ideas to tangible, measureable results. The specific terms used can be customized to those commonly used in your organization. Various methodologies and techniques can be used. Graphical techniques complement textual details to provide a richer model for clear understanding.


MOHLTC Directive requires Quality Improvement Plans in Long-Term Care Homes. Will you be ready?

Stratim has been working with Long-Term Care homes in Ontario for many years. Our approaches and toolsets are perfectly suited to helping you meet this challenge.