Strength…the key to success is transformation
We are being asked by our clients about the meaning and the choice of the quote on our website, taken from the T’ai Kung’s Six Secret Teachings. As most of you know these teachings are part of the military classics of ancient China. The quote itself is taken from the “Martial Secret Teaching”. Why use this strategy in business? This approach gives the core answers for the achievement of long-term global success based on the four pillars of FORS Strategy: Foresight – the power of the mind to apprehend information and knowledge, Outreach – the power and rewards of cooperation; Respect – the power of winning the “allegiance of the people” and Strength – the power of transformation for long-term success.
In times of redistribution of assets at global level, of bigger than ever before governments with fragmented power, of populations demanding better solutions, from a strategic point of view the strength of your company depends on your willingness to evolve in synchronicity with a dynamic and complex environment. Your capacity to evolve will largely determine your capability to influence the environment. The long-term strategic model for mitigating Risk depends on your ability to induce transformation into your operational environment. The four pillars of FROS Strategy are designed to give you the strategic answers in this respect and to be the milestones for growth to follow on the road to success. The core of all the levels of strategic risk analysis is to use data to conceptualize the future in all of its aspects and transform it. The key of the quote is winning the war without war because in business strategy wealth is about creation not about destruction. Strength is the ability of your company to create. In times of global change creation is about transformation. FORS Strategy is a long-term strategy for wealth creation.