Particularly appropriate for Stratek are tasks and projects requiring a complex multidisciplinary approach.
Stratek can move between different professional groups and individuals to maintain all in harmony.
The Stratek Associates have qualifications in a wide variety of disciplines including: nuclear physics, chemistry,
economics, law, management and policy design. Teams with additional skills are put together as required.
Stratek undertakes tasks in the following fields:
This includes considering all aspects of a project or initial investigation. Stratek works together with the
management team and other role players in the organisation to strategise an overall approach to the issue at
Aspects of this can include chairing meetings, facilitating brainstorm sessions or think tanks, or producing
paper-based guide plans.
This covers developing a plan of execution that results from a strategic plan.
Many projects are thrust upon an organisation when they present themselves as urgent problematic issues
needing attention. Before a plan of attack can be developed, it is first necessary to ensure that the
correct questions have been asked so that a clear Project definition can be understood by all role
players. Stratek will guide and facilitate such a Project definition.
Many industrial or business problem issues present themselves in a rather disguised or confused form.
Stratek, together with company executives, will analyse such problem issues to formulate them into
manageable sub-components so as to facilitate problem definition enabling one to approach the root cause
of the problems.
Multidisciplinary projects invariably have subdivisions which are very different from one another, such as
technical, legal, statutory, public relations and so on.
Stratek will convene and operate multidisciplinary cooperation such that all aspects are optimally linked
Research and research project design
Stratek can undertake documentary research to establish the background or fundamentals of particular topics,
and also can scientifically design research projects to achieve objectives.