Thursday, April 14, 2011

Business Planning

Strategic Business Planning

The ability to set and implement a strategic business plan is a key skill of good leadership. A strategic business plan determines EVERYTHING that happens to and in a business. To a large extent it determines the level of excellence that can be reached.

Operating Strategies

To be successful, written operating strategies are a must for any business, from start-up to large, from a tiny one-person business to large corporations with hundreds of employees.

Marketing & Sales Strategies

Consumer Reports show that the average person is exposed to anywhere from 247 to 3000 sales messages a day. That’s a lot! In the face of that, you may be thinking, "How do I get my message seen, read and converted to money in the bank?"

SWOT Analysis

The SWOT analysis is the foundation for developing your strategies and tactics that then become the road map for writing your business operating plan.
Funding Strategies

Start ups and growing businesses always need money, sometimes even when they don’t think they do. The questions are: How does my business get money? When, where and how do I start looking for it?

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