Stradigo

Strategy For Prioritizing Ideas

With Martina Andersin

Businesses management can encounter situations where they have too many great ideas to choose from. The management may need a strategy for prioritizing ideas. One path can be to do a strategy update. In this situation the business can prioritize by updating its strategy. This is what Martina Andersin did when she created a one-page strategy for her business. During the interview you hear about this process.

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I will tell you how a one-page strategy helped my business prioritize the best ideas.

Martina Andersin

I talk about how we should also focus on ourselves — Not only customers.

Strategy For Prioritizing Ideas

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Stradigo is a brand owned by Rdigo Oy (Business-ID: 2120844-1).

Rdigo Oy is registered in Finland as a Limited company. We are a strategy consultancy located in the Helsinki capital region.

We’ve been in business since 2007. The company name comes from the latin word Redigo, meaning both ‘I shape’ & ‘I renew’.

Stradigo combines the word strategy with Rdigo.