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The strategic design process

Strategic design process

I have always been an advocate of an intertwined strategic design process, nay, relationship. At one of the design agencies where I spent a year freelancing they had – pre-me – operated using a silo model whereby the Head of Strategy turned up to the initial briefing and then did the ‘stage one’ part of the project on his own, ... Read More »

7 types of freelance strategy project

This post is born out of a daydream I was lost in the other day thinking about past projects and the types of types of freelance projects I have experienced. All of us have worked with different clients, different projects and different experiences, here are the seven types of freelance projects I have encountered, I hope they have some resonance with ... Read More »

Five types of mentor you need in your life

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Types of mentor. As much are we are freelance strategy consultants we are also entrepreneurs. Despite being high on entrepreneurial spirit, we cannot do it alone, here are the five types of mentor you need in your freelance life. No one can know everything from day one, as much as we may believe we do and pretend we do (winging ... Read More »

Guidance on presentation delivery

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Presentations presentation delivery are one of the big differentiators between doing a job and doing a great job. I often see bloggers talk about presentation delivery tips – i.e. the end point of delivery – which, granted, has a lot to do with how and what the audience takes away from the presentation, the building of the presentation itself and the ... Read More »

How to find new clients as a freelance strategist

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The grail… winning new clients. Here’s Strat-Talking’s take on how to find new clients as a freelance strategist. New clients are the grail for all strategy consultants and freelancers alike – we thrive off of our pitch wins (for clients, for ourselves and for agencies we partner with)… but how can we best identify who we should be targeting and how ... Read More »