Visionary Strategists

Visionary strategists create an inspiring vision and the big picture of the desired future, formulate the strategic intent and provide a strategic direction, and guiding principles. They encourage proactive innovation and help to align and synergize all inputs strategically.

Visionary strategists analyze strategic ideas, strategic feedback and emerging opportunities during strategy implementation, evaluate ideas, make strategic decisions and adjust the strategy accordingly.


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Venture Management

Venture Leader, how to lead a radical innovation project, high-risk startup, venture leadership, Vadim Kotelnikov






Innovative Intrapreneurs

Innovative intrapreneurs are adept at looking at business, marketplace, change, opportunities, challenges, and industry in unconventional ways. They generate innovative ideas, solve strategic problems creatively, spot promising opportunities and suggest entrepreneurial actions aimed at implementing their ideas.






Functional Experts

Leaders in support areas such as human resources, processes, technology, finance and marketing bring insights into strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities related to their area of expertise.

They suggest technology and process ideas and strategies that are to help the business to achieve its strategic goals.




Frontline Practitioners

Frontliners who are close to operations and customers provide an up to date view of what the business issues and opportunities are with customers, competitors and other stakeholders. They also specify what strategy areas require attention. 





Intellectual Teamwork and Team Creativity

Teach your entrepreneurial team members advanced ideation techniques.

Synergize diverse ideas ‒  in a diverse synergistic team, innovative solutions arise from the presence of multiple perspectives... More





Quick Evaluation
Promising Ideas

Gain better understanding through seeing things from different perspectives

How to evaluate ideas: 4x2 perceptual positions, Vadim Kotelnikov