Why strategy is so important
For a business to succeed, it must be clear to every employee what it is you do, why you do it and the best way to get it done. Communicating this thinking will not only motivate but engage people to execute strategies to reach your vision and increase business performance.
ROADBLOCKS ALONG THE WAY
Many businesses spend a couple of days out of the office every year with their senior team developing their strategic plan. Many people see this as an arduous task that often results in less than desirable results.
At SeeChange, our consultants understand the importance of strategic planning and engaging your key stakeholders in developing the plan to create ownership to execute. Then it is imperative for success to convey to everyone in your business why you do what you do and their role in making it happen, with a system developed to ensure your strategy is front of mind and drives everything that is done in your business.
WHO WOULD THIS PROGRAM SUIT?
Strategic planning = strategic thinking + execution planning
Executives who are open to working together as a team using strategic thinking processes to develop a unified vision and strategies to grow their business into the future. They also believe in using this firm foundation to engage all leadership levels within the business to communicate the vision from the top down.
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN FROM THIS PROGRAM
- An executive team who are aligned with the business direction enabling clear decision making and open minds for selecting viable opportunities and strategies in the future
- A set of core values that will create consistent behaviours from decision-makers and set a clear standard for everyone in the business, positively impacting all stakeholders
- Determination of why you do what you do (core purpose) that will motivate and engage people to execute strategies to reach your vision and increase business performance
- Development of a united vision for the business that will bring ‘silos’ together and help teams work more effectively towards a common goal
- More cohesion and understanding between departments about your direction will reduce ‘disjointedness’, conflict and poor execution, saving you time and money