5 tools, 3 prompts and one tip to develop your strategy

Ron Immink
2 min readJan 13, 2024

To get myself going this year in the first week of January, I wrote three posts on strategy development, which you can explore below. These posts offer practical tools to continually strengthen your organisation’s ability to adapt and change, present hopefully thought-provoking scenarios for consideration in 2024 and beyond, and explore the significant impact of mental power in strategy formulation.

2024 sorted

Navigating strategy development can be challenging and complex, especially in a constantly evolving marketplace. These three posts aim to simplify this process. By incorporating these tools, the art of strategy development will not only become more engaging and enjoyable but also more effective. Enhanced situational awareness leads to greater adaptability, paving the way for increased prosperity. This is your blueprint for success in 2024 and beyond.


Personally, creating daily scenario prompts for my clients is an incredibly uplifting task. The amount of super exciting developments fuels optimism for the future, reminding us that it’s not all doom and gloom.

The 3 blogs

1. Five strategy tools to make your more adaptable and resilient for 2024 and onwards

Ensure a robust flow of quality information, develop scenario prompts, frame your strategic thinking, map your current and future business models, and establish a focused quarterly plan.

2. The 3 scenario prompts for 2024 and beyond

Focus on AI, quantum computing and synthetic biology.

3. Meditation as the secret sauce to strategy development

In a fast-paced world, slowing down through meditation can be transformative in strategy. Includes a complimentary download of “The Power of the Mind”.

Strategy development programme

These blogs follow the structure of my personal strategy development program (duh!). Love to work with you. If you require assistance, please leave your contact details here or leave a comment. I will reach out to set up a complimentary Zoom call, promising you, at the very least, an inspiring and thought-provoking conversation.



Ron Immink

Father of two, strategy and innovation specialist, entreprenerd, author, speaker, business book geek, perception pionieer. See www.ronimmink.com