You have spent time and resources on settling on the strategy for you business.

It’s such a well-thought strategy document, that the employees should applaud the management. But, they don’t.

The strategy document it specific and action-oriented. It’s well written and points out the North Star for where the organization should go.

But there is a problem: No one reads it!

You’ve hired top notch consultants to help you with the process.

The war room has been completely covered in post-it notes.

All managers, on all levels, have given their inputs and have been heard.

The powerpoint has been replaced with great spreadsheet, where all the goals and initiatives are present.

Yet, the employees keep doing their day-to-day tasks as if nothing had happened.

Engaging the employees

Strategy Orchestrator takes you strategy out of the drawer, and into the regular routines of the employees.

It’s a web solution that connects the strategic goals, initiatives, activities and KPIs for a division or individual with the overall strategy.

Your Strategy champions, the ones responsible for following up you strategic initiatives and KPIs, have easy access to updating the latest status. Strategy Orchestrator emphasize comments to give context to the numbers and status.

The cost and time consuming manual labor related with aggregating strategic reports is done for you.

Explicit responsibility for each strategic goals, initiatives and initiatives is delegated to the person in the organisation with first hand knowledge on status of activity.

The strategy is communicated to your organization, and each employees sees where his or her items fits into the bigger picture.

To often, companies spend a lot of time and resources on creating a strong strategic plan. A canvas of how to conquer the field they are in. Unfortunately, once the consultants have left the building, it is easy to fall back into old habits, without looking at the strategic plan on a regular basis. This lack of focus on the implementation of the strategic plan, can often lead to employees feeling that they have wasted their time helping to create the plan. It could also cause stress at the end of the year, when reports are to be made, and you have to figure out how to make sense of the numbers or realize that the focus is way of, and the strategic plan has not been followed.

On the other hand, when strategy implementation is done right, it will help your company succeed in business. We help you get there is a smooth way. Strategy Orchestrator is a tool for managing goals and corporate governance for clients who have strategic management challenges. The solution was developed with a focus on being user-friendly and adaptive, and helps businesses gain control over goals, sub-goals, management parameters, and actions. The system is created to help companies achieve their strategic plans, allowing administration and employees to record, manage and monitor goals and achievements, measures and set deadlines for strategies in a simple and intuitive manner. By having a focus on the strategic plan on a regular basis it is easy to see if you are on the right track or if you have challenges that needs to be addressed. The tool also offers the possibility to communicate upwards, letting employees that experiences changes in the market to give feed back that could effect the strategic path.


About Strategy Orchestrator

The development of Strategy Orchestrator came about as a solution to a problem we too often faced when helping clients. Recurrently, the customers found themselves stuck in what is often described as the Excel anarchy, where information was rigid, isolated and often outdated.

Strategy Orchestrator aspires to solve this problem by having a hands-on platform where there are great transparency and versatility


Strict and open

Strategy Orchestrator aims to fill the gap between the strategic plan and data. Offering a solution where the user has visual access to documentation and visualizations, allowed commenting on KPI that are relevant to their workflow, while still keeping a strict chain of responsibility. The responsibility should also be divided to the first person who come in contact with the metric, to diminish the errors and increase the feeling of responsibility and inclusion.