"Cultur eats strategy for breakfast" - this quote by Peter Drucker, one of the most important management thinkers of the last century, is still of central importance for successful strategy work. He thus makes it clear that the achievement of strategic goals can only succeed if the strategy is aligned with the corporate culture.
Strategy work is becoming increasingly short-term in its orientation: market dynamics require ever faster reactions and the willingness to think strategy in terms of variants and alternatives. It seems particularly important to me that corporate culture and strategy fit together. The interaction with each other and the joint shaping within the organization must be supported by the vision of the future. Because one thing always applies: "Culture eats strategy for breakfast".