The page introduces the notion of a strategy as a means to reach an intention. It provides the two collections of EKDCMM strategies applicable to the two key intentions Elicit Enterprise Goal Structure and Conceptualise Enterprise Business Process Model.
In EKDCMM, a strategy characterises a manner to reach an EKDCMM process
intention. For example, as shown below, EKDCMM offers two strategies to
"Elicit Enterprise Goal Structure" : a Participative Modelling strategy
and an Analyst Driven strategy. Both are possible ways to reach the same
result, namely a goal structure modelled using concepts of the EKD goal
submodel.
Elicit Enterprise Goal Structure
following
Participative modelling strategy 
Elicit Enterprise Goal Structure following
Analyst driven strategy 

The electronic brainstorming strategy is appropriate when the organisational maturity of modelling is low, the participative involvement is low, the organisational culture is hierarchical and the problem is welldefined. 
The analogy can be made with a strategy to reach a location on a map.
For instance, to reach Nice from Paris, one can imagine three strategies
: fast, "andouillette", lazzy.
With strategy (1), the idea is to reach Nice as fast as possible.
Strategy (2) is motivated by the desire to eat an "andouillette" in Lyon, where it originates from. In strategy (3), time is not important whereas, visit as much as one can in the French site is key factor. 
Similarly, the performance of the EKDCMM modelling process is based
on strategies to reach one of the two key process intentions "Elicit enterprise
goal structure" and "Conceptualise enterprise business process model".
The proposed strategies are listed below.
Elicit Enterprise Goal Structure
following :
1  Process Clustering Strategy 2  Participative Modelling Strategy 3  Goal Deployment Strategy 4  Analyst Driven Strategy 5  Evaluation Strategy 

Conceptualise Enterprise
BPM following :
2 Participative Modelling Strategy 5 Evaluation Strategy 
