- 1. What is your company's mission?
- 2. Who are your customers?
- 3. What do these customers attach particular importance to?
- 4. What makes your business better than others?
- 5. What results does your company achieve?
- 6. Who in the company knows the strategic direction and the answers to these five questions?
The corporate environment is becoming increasingly complex and difficult to plan. So why plan strategically?
To avoid surprises. To avoid being forced into ad-hoc crisis management and having to improvise under time pressure, without any strategic guidelines. To create confidence and trust in decision-making with a well thought-out and well-documented strategy – also in everyday business! To be able to offer all employees step-by-step guidance. To go one step further.
- Review existing strategy; identify untapped potential.
- Clarify management values; discuss any surprising elements.
- Evaluate and collect existing and new (market) data.
- Agree on the mission.
- Analyse and evaluate the relevant environments.
- Identify a Strategic Success Position (SSP).
- Define strategic action areas (potentials, processes, customers, finances).
- Make all areas of activity easily measurable.
- Put concrete measures in place for the areas of activity.
- Build an early warning system.
Our method of strategy development includes both training and team development – measurable results included! By Day Two, everyone will be enthusiastic – guaranteed.
The “solution-invariant” customer requirement is that which we identify without immediately linking to an existing solution within our product portfolio. Using this approach, we recognize new strategic customer needs for which we do not currently have a solution. If we consider one of these customer needs to be strategically relevant, we will bring a suitable product to the market.
Every strategy shows the level of contribution to its implementation, the results revealed by revenue and ROI increases. New products and services may be added. Nothing is forgotten in the implementation, and your employer brand is strengthened. Your company becomes a leading address for skilled professionals!
- Hospitals and clinics
- Medical centres
- Retirement and nursing homes
- Heating, ventilation, air conditioning
- Food & Beverage
- Disposal & Recycling
- Plant Construction & Production
- Electronic Patient Dossier (EPDG) Roadmap for rehabilitation clinic.
- Together with the CIO, development of a partial IT strategy for the Board of Directors of an acute-care hospital.
- Together with the Strategy Team, development of a product strategy for the Board of Directors of an addiction clinic.
- Responsibility for the strategy development and implementation of the spin-off of an energy distribution business.
- Strategy coaching for a large waste-disposal company.
- Responsibility for strategy development and implementation in a medium-sized construction holding company.
- Strategy implementation in a large national trading and service company.
- Succession strategy for a medium-sized production and services enterprise.
- Numerous sparring sessions with CEOs as part of strategy implementation measures and tackling setbacks in strategy implementation.
- Strategy development and implementation at a medium-sized plastic packaging enterprise.
- Strategy development for an export-oriented, medium-sized plastics production and distribution enterprise.
- Creation of a new employer brand for a medium-sized plastics company.
- Introduction of Strategy Cockpit for a plastics processor.
- Introduction of Strategy Cockpit for a food-industry packaging company.
- Strategy development for a food-industry packaging company.
- Another strategy development for a food-industry packaging company.
- Strategic early warning system for a packaging company.
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