Strategic planning and management is not done in a one-day or one-weekend retreat. There is too much that needs to be done in that short an amount of time. It is better to break it up into something that can be accomplished each month. That’s how large, public companies maintain and adapt to changes in their market. It provides ample opportunity for accountability and review of what has worked, what is not working, and how to implement changes. Success over the long-term takes a cadence that can be maintained.
Having completed the One-Day, One-Week, or One-Month program, each month significant time will be spent reviewing an area of strategic management. Ideally, this will be done as part of your monthly management meeting or board meeting. Team members will be guided to prepare and present in their area of responsibility.
Your team will learn your expectations and to repeatedly raise the bar to achieve outstanding performance for the business. The value of your business will grow measurably as you spend more time developing the business and planning for your After-Business-Life™.
- Month 1—Competition
- Month 2—Sales and Marketing
- Month 3—Government and Market Constraints
- Month 4—People
- Month 5—Supply Chain
- Month 6—ProcessesMonth 7—Technology/Capital
- Month 8—Products/Services
- Month 9—Disruptions
- Month 10—Strategy
- Month 11—Company Choice
- Month 12—Budgets/Goals
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