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Why You Need a Action Plan Report?
Starting a new business from scratch can sometimes feel like jumping out of an airplane and assembling the parachute on the way down. That’s because, as is often the case, business success happens largely through trial and error. And that’s where a clear way forward comes handy.
Business leaders and practitioners need a framework for guiding the mobilization of an organization around its strategic plan. Such a way forward enables business leaders and members to clearly understand each element for rolling out a strategy. It details what decisions need to be made, who needs to make them and when. This approach is translated into a project plan, specifying the nature of work in each of the associated phases of construction.
- Professionals planning a business
- Start-ups not sure of way forward
- Organisation starting a new project
Our Working methods
- Signing NDA
- Information collection through a questionnaire
- Discussions with promoters on a conference call or meeting.
Our approach is to make startegies converting into results. The way forward is designed to illustrate the elements which a business needs to consider when making strategy actionable. It is not necessarily designed to be prescriptive in terms of the precise sequence in which these elements are addressed. It does, however, acknowledge the inter-dependencies of the elements and can serve as a framework for developing a plan for executing strategy. As the business evolves in the necessary capabilities and systems, the way forward can be more thoroughly integrated into the existing planning cycles.
WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANT PHASES OF WAY FORWARD REPORT?
- Developing the right process map which accurately reflects how value is created for customer through business process.
- Determine how, where and by how much business process can influence the strategic and/or process objective.
- Develop the measurement system and data which illustrate the linkage between process behaviour and performance against business and customer objectives.
- Identify and engage the right people with the right reporting system, discipline and accountability to evaluate track and continuously improve process performance.
- Fully integrated process based reporting disciplines and tools into process management action planning and performance management system.