Strategic Management of Technology
Three of “The Company’s” management team completed a survey pertaining to Hax and Dean’s strategic model called “The Delta Model.” The survey’s purpose was to acquire “The Company’s” strategic intent, and use the Delta Model to construct a strategic plan. The survey determined where “The Company’s” strategic position lied, and documented key business feature and improvements. The survey concluded that “The Company’s” strategic position was the “System Lock-in position.” The key business feature and improvement were then used to suggest an adaptive process, business metrics, and business experiments.
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Burchfield, David, "A Strategic Change: The Delta Model—A Strategic Framework for a
Networked industry" (2015). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 194.
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