Strategic Control Sciences Inc
Reinventing Decisional Systems
We help businesses solve persistent decision-making problems by sharing our unique insight and proven technology developed through applied research, prototyping, and more importantly, decades of practical experience. The team at Strategic Control Sciences Inc (SCSI) has had decades of experience battling real world problems. We develop custom, cutting edge technology that will help you achieve more effective decision making and higher strategic execution rates.

In spite of best efforts, today’s businesses achieve only 12% of their strategic objectives.

Many disciplines use strategy as a tool to optimize their results; military, business, investing, negotiating, education, and even personal improvement. Strategy is a multi-billion-dollar industry, often developed and managed by the senior elite with hard-earned decades of experience across specialized disciplines. So why, even with these advantages, do most businesses still achieve only about 12% of their strategic objectives? The ability to deliver a project successfully averages between 30% and 40%, so that undoubtedly has an impact. But there has to be more to the problem.

Decision making has  to address problems from multiple perspectives. We can’t do what we’ve been doing over and over and expect a different outcome.

In many situations, external teams are better positioned than a company’s internal team to discover opportunities and identify social and behavioral hurdles inhibiting strategic excellence. Our approach combines deep interdisciplinary skills, experience in multiple fields, and a proven track record for bringing innovative yet practical solutions to our clients.
Specialized Sciences Provide The Foundation Of Strategic Control©
Data Science

Data Science

> Understanding How and When to Trust Decisional Data

Decision Science

Decision Science

> Leveraging a Deep Understanding of Decisional Processes

Management Science

Management Science

> Optimizing Mathematical and Behavioral Sciences to Aid With Decision Making

Operations Research

Operations Research

> Satisficing The Impossible

Strategic Control

Strategic Control

> Directly Control Business Using Strategy

Strategic Science

Strategic Science

> Taking a Challenging Look at Strategic Processes

Located in the greater Washington DC metro area, Strategic Control Sciences Inc. (SCSI) was founded to discover, advance, share, and apply scientific solutions that address strategic problem areas and to make complex decision-making systems less subjective. Unfortunately, there is no one size fits all solution. Businesses require unique and creative solutions crafted to their operation by people who are vested in the business and driven to take advantage of new opportunities this offers and to preserve hard-won value over time.

Strategic Control© improves strategic success rates and links business and objectives together.

While poor strategic execution rates are a real problem for businesses, it is not uncommon. This problem is persistent and heavily entrenched within all types of businesses. Strategic Control Sciences has two objectives. First, to build and freely share knowledge of strategic control methods and approaches and second, if that is not enough, to provide consulting services to help you with the hurdles. Either way, we will help businesses improve the effectiveness of strategy. Feel free to browse through the site, add questions and comments to the blog posts, or send us an email, and we will get back as soon as possible.

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Questions To Ask Yourself
  • Want to make strategy relevant and active within your businesses?
  • Want to be able to re-plan and shift activities during the year and not have to wait until the next annual strategic cycle?
  • Want to be able to track strategic progress day by day?
  • Wonder if current objectives are optimal for your business or do you want to change them?
  • Want to react to internal and external changes without having to spin up annual corporate processes?