How do we come up with the “interesting” elements of our strategy?

Give shape to intuitions through abduction processes

3) Derivation of strategy story elements
Derive new elements leading to the strategy story through the abduction process

Use metaphors and analogies to verbalize the images that have been intuited

The Metaphor of 100 Fungos

My intuition
Is it really effective to just listen to the teacher talk one way? Isn’t there another way?
→Have a quest(question): “What kind of training would make the participants enjoy the training more and lead to actual outcomes in their work?

My feeling and experience
When I was working for a consulting company, I received a lot of feedback from senior consultants on my output, which led to my personal growth. Outputting leads to learning.
In order to play tennis with confidence in a very tense match, I needed to acquire shots that I could reproduce 100 times in practice. For this, thorough repetition practice is necessary.

▼Assuming a place to produce outcomes.
The training must be designed to produce outcomes.)

▼That anyone can do it if they try.
It’s not a matter of whether you can or can’t, but whether you will or won’t.

▼Gap between knowing/ Doing/ Getting used to
There is a difference between what we understand, what we can do, and what we are used to doing.

In baseball, it is important to practice with intention based on the results of the game.
→In training, it is important to attend training with intention based on work processes and results.

In baseball, it is better to have feedback and advice from the coach than to just receive balls without thinking.
→In training, it is better to get feedback and advice on our output than to just output it without thinking.

In baseball, there is an appropriate load and an appropriate number of repetitions.
→In training, it is important to design the difficulty level of the exercise and the number of repetitions.

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Founder and CEO of a training company, Alue | MS in Particle Physics. | BCG | Questing “What is the paradigm for integrating contradictions in management?”

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Founder and CEO of a training company, Alue | MS in Particle Physics. | BCG | Questing “What is the paradigm for integrating contradictions in management?”

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