Companies driven by crystal clear strategy, solid execution, and consistent quality management have outperformed the markets by 200% and are worth on average 30-45% more than their peers.
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Four easy steps in theory. Difficult and complex in practice.
Strategic planning starts with a detailed, thorough investigation, analysis, and discussion that asks and answers the following questions.
If done correctly, the strategic planning process is continuous, not a one-off, shelfware event. If it's not, what's the point?
When is the best time to start the strategic planning process? NOW!
Execution takes the strategy, current situation, existing resources, and what needs to be acquired then creates a detailed plan to execute and implement the strategy. Successful companies excel at execution. Unfortunately, more than 80% fail at executing and struggle.
The execution plan addresses the following questions in detail.
The last mile of strategy. The one that truly matters the most and the company's ability to generate long-term value.
Companies frequently don't have all the internal resources necessary to manage the plan daily. Part of the execution plan will detail what the company needs to manage the company to meet its end-game effectively.
If the right resources and muscle are put in place, the next step, long-term value creation, begins to be realized.
The "average" business is missing as much as 40% of its current value.
This is "easy" money left on the table when the business is financed, sold, acquired, or another liquidity event.
It's a lot easier and less costly to recognize and correct the issues at each stage of the company's evolution instead of "waiting" until it's too late and the value is lost.
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