Your Guide to Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning gives you the power to be proactive, rather than reactive.

From profit goals, to insights & opportunities, it is imperative to have a roadmap of where your organization wants to end up and how you’re going to get there. Strategic planning helps provide organizations the ability to create one forward-looking vision.

That’s why GNW Consulting is here to give you the framework for determining your goals, growth, shareholder value and everything in between. We have put together 8 maps to guide your business towards the future.

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Strategy Goals & Objectives

Determine your goals for growth, excellence, and customer service.

Strategy Map

Document the primary strategic goals pursued by your business and management teams in a visual way. The relationship between the drivers and desired outcomes constitute the hypotheses that define the strategy.

Strategic Management Framework

Create a strategic framework that aligns your purposes & values with your goals and implementation.

Digital Strategy Framework

A plan of action designed to achieve business goals via the implementation of digital initiatives. Digital strategy is not about a whole new way of viewing business.

Advantage Matrix

Advantage Matrix groups businesses into four categories: volume, stalemated, specialized and
fragmented businesses. However, this matrix takes as its axes the two contrasting alternatives: competitive advantage and differentiation.

Creating a strategy using this advantage matrix requires having a knowledge of both the business at hand and its competition to identify the appropriate quadrant for business and its optimal strategy.

Balanced Scorecard Framework

The balanced scorecard is a strategic planning and performance management framework that tracks financial and non-financial measures to determine an organization’s effectiveness and when corrective action is necessary.

Benchmarking Process

Benchmarking is the practice of comparing business processes and performance metrics to industry bests and best practices from other companies. Dimensions typically measured are quality, time and cost.

Competition Value Net Model

The Value Net Model is an analytical strategy tool that describes the behavior of multiple businesses (competitors) in a given industry and its strategic alliances with industry players.

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