How often should I review my business plans? [video]

Posted by James Price | JPAbusiness on 08-Aug-2018 02:00:00

In this video I give my view on how often you should review your business plans and, importantly, who they need to be shared with.

Sharing a plan with your team will:

  • ensure goal alignment
  • help create a positive and participative business culture
  • test the plan by exposing it to fresh eyes.

As we always say, a good plan is a shared plan.

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Topics: James Price, business advice, strategic planning, Business Planning, Business advisor, Video

What to include in an Annual Business Plan [video]

Posted by James Price | JPAbusiness on 25-Jul-2018 02:00:00

In this video I list four components of an annual business plan and drill down a little into some of the business issues you should cover under each of those four elements.

An annual business plan should encompass three core concepts:

  1. Where is the business now?
  2. Where do we want the business to be in the future?
  3. How are we going to marshal the resources we have and which we can influence to get there?
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Topics: James Price, business advice, strategic planning, Business Planning, Business advisor, Video

4 components of a Strategic Plan [video]

Posted by James Price | JPAbusiness on 11-Jul-2018 02:00:00

A business' Strategic Plan establishes its strategic direction and will usually cover a period of one to five years.

I like a Strategic Plan to focus on a period of three years because, in today’s volatile world, things get a little hazy after three years.

In this video I list four key components of a Strategic Plan.

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Topics: James Price, business advice, strategic planning, Business Planning, Business advisor

 
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