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Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning is the process of identifying organizational objectives and the actions needed to achieve those objectives. We help you meet the goals of your organization through extensive analysis and understanding the overall process of your business. Strategic Planning for tomorrow is an endeavor of the organization. In strategic planning, we scrutinize the internal and external environments and attempts to anticipate change and planning the actions necessary to mitigate or take advantage of change events.

As more organizations begin to take advantage of their emerging learning organizations,
an opportunity to drive tactical decision making to the lowest level of the organization, consistent with the available knowledge base, becomes feasible. This decision-making authority allows upper management or leadership to concentrate on strategic areas while permitting tactical decision making to take place at lower levels and encouraging participates’ behavior. Perhaps this more closely approximates the intent of an open system and offers the more comprehensive coverage to include rational, natural, and open systems in organizations. Take a look at the Business Strategic-Planning Process. Our goal is to help you mitigate the old business processes and improve your overall business strategy and processes and increase the opportunity of positive change.

SWOT Analysis – Examines the strengths and weaknesses of the organizations internally and the opportunities and threats internally and externally.

Core Competency – A unique capability in the organization that creates high value and that differentiates the organization from its competition. Organizations are a social construct and devised over millennia to ensure the effective application of resources to achieve a desired objective. One only has to look at Daniel Wren’s Evolution of Management Thought to see the accelerating strides in the development of paradigms to assist in making better quality decisions. As in any human endeavor, organizational structures are characteristically chaotic and conform to a large degree to the desires of the one leading the organization for the way information is handled to facilitate prompt problem resolution. The complexity of organizations today, coupled with a very dynamic operating environment, fraught with uncertainty, complicates the development of a comprehensive model.