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Planning in the 21st Century is now recognized for what it is: planning for change. Our goal is that there are no more planning functions contributing to the SPOTS Syndrome — the Strategic Plan on the Top Shelf gathering dust. 93% of successful organizations report that strategic planning has “some to critical impact” on overall success, whereas only 48% of low-success organizations report such impact. It appraises the full potential of a business and explicitly links the business's objectives to the actions and resources required to achieve them. Strategic Planning offers a systematic process to ask and answer the most critical questions confronting a management team—especially large, irrevocable resource commitment decisions.

 

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Strategic Planning is a comprehensive process for determining what a business should become and how it can best achieve that goal. Successful organizations report having successful plan implementation practices; low success organizations report that they do not have successful implementation practices. Successful organizations make strategic planning a consistent/routine periodic process, and not just something they do in times of crisis, or because a funder requires it.

 

Strategy leadership involves clearly communicating the organization’s strategic objectives to convince others to follow a course of action, enabling an organization’s leadership team to develop and execute an effective and efficient strategic plan and ultimately a strategic management system. Leading also includes change management, communications and problem solving.
Main challenges:

  • Describe the organization's mission, vision and fundamental values
  • Analyze the company's strengths and weaknesses relative to competitors and determine which elements of the value chain the company should make versus buy
  • Identify and evaluate alternative strategies
  • Develop an advantageous business model that will profitably differentiate the company from its competitors
  • Define stakeholder expectations and establish clear and compelling objectives for the business
  • Prepare programs, policies, and plans to implement the strategy
  • Communicate clearly and concisely how the plan will lead to action
  • Monitor performance
Expected Outcomes with Strategic Management:

  • Change the direction and performance of a business
  • Create a common framework for decision making in the organization
  • Set a proper context for budget decisions and performance evaluations
  • Train managers to develop better information to make better decisions
  • Increase confidence in the business's direction

The lack of innovation and flexibility makes companies vulnerable to environmental instability, losing competitiveness in the market. Usually there are specific pains while addressing this subject.

 

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Services in strategic management are structured as an end-to-end project and seek to accelerate our customers growth track and increase organizational performance, through:

Strategic Planning and Management Foundation
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