Strategic Planning

  • Core Ideology—bring core values and purpose alive to energize your employees and simplify human resource systems
  • Brand Promise—articulate a clear, succinct one that differs from your competitors’—while still mattering to your customers
  • X Factor—determine your underlying “10- to 30-times advantage” over competitors—find it, exploit it, and win big
  • Annual and Quarterly Focus—discover the most critical short-term decisions an executive team can make to drive alignment and performance
  • Rockefeller Habits Checklist—adopt 10 habits that will reduce the weekly executive time needed for managing the business from 50 hours to under 15
  • Meeting Rhythm—establish daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual meeting rhythms and create the specific agendas that make them effective
  • Metrics—drive your business on a daily and weekly basis using three metrics
  • Themes and Priorities—identify period-specific themes and use them to make your priorities memorable while adding energy and focus to the organization