SRB Strategic Insights

Nine months ago, the team at SRB, in conjunction with strategic partners Manbrands, embarked on a journey to discover the transition challenges faced by post-1991 veterans and their families. In parallel, this study has delivered valuable insights into the effectiveness of the various programs run b...

Customer-centricity and adding-value are the mantras of modern business, driving us to pursue strategic programs in a race for a ‘killer’ innovation that will disrupt markets and propel profits.

Of course, it rarely works out that way.  A common problem is that most people’s day job requires what ren...

Three mega-trends – technology, globalisation and a burgeoning global middle class – are not only a preoccupation for public policy makers, but also for CEOs and tech leaders

A six-foot tall poster highlights the entrance of Terminal 3’s bookstore. Promoting a must-read inspirational called the Naked CEO, its caption shouts out...

Strategic planning can’t be about belief; it needs to be about clarity of purpose and accomplishments, fashioned from sharp uncompromising analysis.

The Law of Unintended Consequences says that intervention in one part of a complex system always causes unanticipated outcomes in another.

The basic rule for success in business is to find a market for your product or service, right? Well no, it's actually about satisfying the needs of the market.

I've spent considerable time working in change and leadership roles across many industries, but I always look back on my time in the Army with great fondness, for lessons on leadership and how to work with people. 

One of the things that is instilled into every junior leader in the Army is that...

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