strategic planning

Strategic Thinking for Small Business

There is a story of four (4) frogs sitting on a log. We decide to jump, how much is left? Some frogs respond to three (3) to answer this question. However, the correct answer is four, because there is a difference between deciding and acting.

Market, especially for small business owners and sellers crazy busy, there are many decisions made every day. Should I attend this event or make sales calls? Then add to all administrative decisions from accounting to marketing and working in companies is like juggling balls with more being added.

Decide and implement start with a predetermined course of action or what some call strategic planning. A colleague of mine with its customers that there is a difference between strategic thinking and strategic planning and I agree.

The thought is a thought process which in turn turned to the past, present and future. Therefore, many effective strategic planning process are:

Strategic Thinking for Small Business

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Thursday, April 14th, 2011 Business Strategy No Comments

Strategic Planning for Business Company

Position only, make strategic arrangements in which a company goes to the next class or maybe more and how you will get. Loosely, the process is the entire organization, or focus on a role playing game that includes a division, subdivision or other sub-major program. (Verbal descriptions on this page assume that strategic development is focused on the organization.).

The best way to take account of strategic planning – There is no better way to reach this time.

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Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 Business Strategy No Comments

The Essence of Strategic Planning for Business

Every business owner should include both strategic and tactical planning, as part of efforts to develop business plans. However, there are important differences between the two. The main differences between strategic and tactical

Strategic planning
The essence of strategic planning is to focus on the long term. The strategy is to take into account world market conditions and under what conditions it is likely that in four or five years from now. Strategic planning can also consider more substantial changes, such as industry regulation and proposed rule changes and decisions likely in complementary industries, such as suppliers or other options for customers.

The Essence of Strategic Planning for Business

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Friday, December 31st, 2010 Business, Business Strategy No Comments