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This week I celebrated 15 years as an independent consultant, helping companies to develop better strategies and to accelerate growth.
What negative behaviours has your organisation learned to ‘live with’ when you should be adopting a zero-tolerance approach?
What date-stamps do need to attach to your goals to drive action and accelerate delivery? A goal without a date attached is just a wish
What initiatives is your business pursuing to excite your existing customers and demonstrate the very best of your brand and values?
What are your personal goals? How are you integrating them into your plans and activities to deliver your business objectives?
For the first time since 1966, the England football team have reached the final of a major championship. Gareth Southgate is receiving a lot of attention
The hardest part of strategy is not coming up with ideas. The hardest part is choosing not to do something. The hardest part is prioritising.
Strategy isn’t long term. Strategy is now. How are you connecting your strategic goals with your current actions?
Most managers like to pursue ‘enhancers’ where there’s no real risk to the wider business, and will enthusiastically describe how their business is innovative.
What improvements could you deliver by working on the wider system, rather than just the point of pain itself?
What new ideas and solutions could you develop if you considered how you would respond to the overnight destruction of your business?
Setting up a new project is the easy bit. How tidy and free from project litter is your business?
Make sure that your business strategy and organisation is ready to meet the new challenges of the post-pandemic world.
What is the key driver of growth that you could focus on to deliver your growth ambitions and to run ahead of your competition?
It’s hard to know where to begin with the fiasco of the aborted European Super League. There are so many epic management and leadership failures involved.
In this episode of Cross Shots, I talk about setting your number 1 goal
Many companies fail not because they’re bad at what they do, but because they’re great at what they do. It’s just that the market changes around them
Where are you indulging in perfectionism when you should be giving it the red card?
The next 18 months is a time for all businesses to drive growth and build momentum. There is a window of opportunity this year and next
What is your organisation truly great at? And what do you do so well that you could create a new business around it?
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