Strategy Dynamics of Private Sector Development PSD

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More work for DFID shows SD works for Aid aimed at PSD. A sector = the sum of businesses in the sector, so we simply multiply the business model and enable businesses to start up and fail. Around this we can add constraints, such as poor roads or power, and use this to plan efforts to enable stronger growth. More on this in coming weeks.

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Strategy Dynamics in non-business cases

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Recent work for DFID on foreign Aid shows SD works for growth of Trade.  Export traffic is driven by traders and enabled by border crossings and staff. Around this simple core are other Enablers like good roads, and Disablers – banned products, corruption, documentation.  Plan is to build these principles into projects and programs of projects aimed at growing export trade from developing countries.

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Aid for Trade

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Some UK Aid aims to boost Trade to help cut poverty. Videos + models at http://sdl.re/AidForTradeVideos show how planning and managing Aid for Trade could be enhanced using strategy dynamics principles. [From a pilot study for DFID, the UK Dept for International Development. Many other Aid agencies also work on Aid for Trade]

Three things need to work for small scale exporters to trade [a] Access : ports or border crossings, roads or other links to get there …[b] Capacity : buildings ...

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