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Meeting with talented entrepreneurs keeps us sharp. That’s why we make it a practice to sit down with a certain number of business owners on a regular basis to
assess their financial situation and make recommendations free of charge.

Yet because we only have a limited amount of time we do this, we have to be selective about who we do this for.
A project plan is of little use to an organization without a means of putting it into place. In fact, implementation is an essential part of the strategic
planning process, and organizations that develop strategic plans must expect to include a process for applying the plan.

This is the action stage of the project management process. If the overall strategy does not work with the business' current structure, a new structure
should be installed at the beginning of this stage. Everyone within the organization must be made clear of their responsibilities and duties, and how
that fits in with the overall goal.

Additionally, any resources or funding for the venture must be secured at this point. Once the funding is in place and the employees are ready,
the plan.
Whether you’re ultimately looking to expand operations, strengthen your brand presence or attract and retain the best talent,
you need a partner that can align deep capabilities back to your vision. We offer the capabilities, relationships and expertise
needed to help you realize your aspirations and goals.​

The first step in forming a project plan is to review the information gleaned from completing the analysis. Determine what resources

the business currently has that can help reach the defined goals and objectives. Identify any areas of which the business must seek
external resources.

The issues facing the company should be prioritized by their importance to your success. Once prioritized, begin formulating the
strategy. Because business and economic situations are fluid, it is critical in this stage to develop alternative approaches that target
each step of the plan.
Strategy evaluation and control actions include performance measurements, consistent review of internal and external issues and making corrective
actions when necessary.
Any successful evaluation of the project begins with defining the parameters to be measured. These parameters should mirror the goals set during
the project planning stage.

We will assist you with determining your progress by measuring the actual results versus the plan. Monitoring internal and external issues will also
enable you to react to any substantial change in your business environment.

If you determine that the strategy is not moving the company toward its goal, we'll assist you with taking corrective actions. If those actions are not
successful, then we'll repeat the strategic management process at no additional cost until success has been achieved.
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