Strategic Planning: Plan your Work. Work your Plan.
Strategic planning helps develop a process to improve productivity, efficiency and effectiveness of company operations. Developing accountability measures and metrics is key. Without a plan in place, you may quickly find your business spinning out of control.
For example, even a small customer service change can have a negative residual effect if it fails to take into account the larger impact on the rest of your company, or worse: a negative impact on the customer.
If you can dream it, you can do it. –Walt Disney
Your business is only as strong as your weakest employee, marketing and sales strategies and accountability process. That’s why our group and individual programs are designed around creating the best work environment and strategies for your employees so they will want to grow. Your operations and support team can either drive your profits to new heights or sink your company in the blink of an eye. Make sure employees are prepared to achieve your mutually agreed upon goals.
Improve Employee Engagement, Accountability, and Productivity.
In the midst of an economic recovery that may have left many donors and contributors shaken, your strategic plan must be laid out to meet funding expectations. Some considerations include the following:
- Mission and goals
- Organization growth or consolidation
- Implementation of short and long term strategies
- Board development and engagement
- Team member training and development
- Stewardship strategy
A nonprofit organization is a business with a heart. In order to be successful, a nonprofit must operate like a business – within the nonprofit regulations.We work with your organization to evaluate the effectiveness of your processes and your people: staff, board members and strategic partners.
“We just posted our best month EVER in the history of the company. This is due to the implementation of a focused client relationship and the best RAIN-making training there is.”
President, IT Services Provider