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Organisational Strategy Made Simple

Organisational Strategy Made Simple When preparing high-level strategy, the first question – where are we now? – needs to be addressed. Senior managers and directors will, for example: analyse current and recent operational data – e.g. from accounts, sales figures... Continue Reading →

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Seven Golden Rules Of Business Success

Seven Golden Rules Of Business Success To really make your business stand out from the crowd make sure that you follow the Seven Golden Rules outlined below: It is your business and it looks and functions the way it does... Continue Reading →

5 Simple Rules For Business Success

5 Simple Rules For Business Success The single, most important aspect of running a business is having CASH!! It is impossible to trade without cash – it is very difficult to trade if you are not profitable but without cash... Continue Reading →

How To Write Successful Business Priorities

How To Write Successful Business Priorities For any plan, initiative, or strategy to be successful, every manager and leadership team must have a set of clear priorities in place to make it happen. We will always think we are good... Continue Reading →

Business Strategy Checklist – Key Self-Assessment Questions

Business Strategy Checklist - Key Self-Assessment Questions There are no magic bullets or cures, templates or spreadsheets that can tell you how your organisation or department is delivering against the competition and the wider environment. This is something that you... Continue Reading →

How To Keep Your Strategy On Track

How To Keep Your Strategy On Track The key to a successful strategy firmly lies in considering the issues in good time and with both care and reliable information. A strategy that is made up as issues and opportunities emerge... Continue Reading →

5 Ways To Successfully Manage Business Risk

5 Ways To Successfully Manage Business Risk Running a business or managing a Department always brings with it the skill of managing Risk: we cannot get things right every time nor can we look into the future to see what... Continue Reading →

A Model of Hierarchy of Purpose

A Model of Hierarchy of Purpose All Organisations, Departments or Sections within them, have to be skilled in the art of establishing priorities, identifying and selecting projects to work upon and managing them through to fruition. To allow this to... Continue Reading →

Strategic Decision-Making in a Nutshell

Set the framework: stand back and review very carefully. What will be the impact of your decisions in one, two, five and ten years’ time? If you cannot see the bigger picture you can never look back on your decisions... Continue Reading →

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