1. a plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall aim.
Yep, it’s a long-term thing with many, many, much needed outcomes along the way.
Given technology and an influx of information/data are pushing us like never before, an agile approach is a must.
It takes the art of planning, the science of data and the ability to get the most out of the resources available. Your company strategy must be the right mix of, innovation, marketing, products/services, people and technology to deliver the results you need. To keep pace, your planning needs to be agile, with a bit of reactionism when needed, everything working towards defined goals and outcomes for all areas of your business. Sometimes it can be just having a fresh set of eyes to provide a new perspective, or it’s a where do we go from here, roll up the sleeves and dive in approach. Either way, my services are cost-effective, practical, creative and on-the-mark.
Very soon will be the one-year anniversary of my decision to leave the corporate world and go back on my own as a strategy & marketing advisor/consultant. Oddly enough, it wasn’t a difficult decision, it came quickly and once I made it the world seemed a lot brighter…. but that is for another article. I
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