Business planning and
Whether you are embarking
on a multi-year program of initiatives in support of your corporate
strategy or launching a single strategic initiative, mobilising
the organisation to deliver on the strategy is often the biggest
challenge. Long delivery timeframes tend to foster complacency and
early slippage is seldom recovered later in the project.
Our approach is to break
the program down into components that deliver outputs progressively
(quarter by quarter) so that business returns are also realised
progressively and the organisation remains focused.
Once the plan is complete
and execution begins, this modular approach will also allow the
project work to be less remote from day-to-day work which in turn
enables resources to be shared between business as usual and projects.
Example scenarios :
Developing a business
plan for the development and launch of an e-commerce platform
for the business.
Launching new products involving significant new operational
capability (people, process, and technology).
|"Good plans shape good decisions. That's why good planning
helps to make elusive dreams come true."
|Lester R. Bittel,
The Nine Master Keys of Management
|"Donna successfully led a joint team, from two strong industry
competitors, through a complex implementation planning process
to shape a new organisation. The approach and rigour which was
fostered in the joint team has paid dividends well beyond the
|George Venardos, Client Sponsor