Unlike other firms, we focus on both strategy development and execution. Put another way, we’ve been on your side of the table, and know the frustration of a great-sounding plan that’s been delivered without clear direction on how to make it happen.
Here’s how we help your leadership team reach your goals:
Your business needs to decide and know where it’s going and why.
If this is not the case for your organization, it’s next to impossible to expect the right things to happen.
We help you clearly define and communicate your destination and why it’s important.
Having a strategy doesn’t mean it’s understood or operational.
Strategy is a recipe for value. It’s about what you are creating, for whom, what you need to do, and having the capabilities to do it.
We facilitate developing your strategy and clearly defining it in operational terms so it can be executed.
Being able to execute, manage, scale and adapt the strategy is critical.
The recipe is one part of the puzzle. It has to be reliably executed and managed to produce desired, lasting results.
We design, align, deploy and enable the management processes and structures to support, improve, and sustain performance.
Knowing what to do is good, doing it is better.
Successful strategy execution requires change, learning, a disciplined approach, accountability and patience.
We expand and build your capabilities and challenge and coach you and your organization to enable improved and sustainable results.
Whether you are an emerging middle market company addressing these issues formally for the first time or a more mature Fortune / Forbes 500 organization refreshing your plan, we can help. Contact us to learn how we can effectively add value to your organization.
“…Jay effectively supported a very large implementation of our Strategy Management System, which impacted over 20 business areas, and was instrumental in guiding us to a successful implementation. They were effective at helping our senior leaders articulate the business strategy, determine the best measures and help them to use the Balanced Scorecard to better manage the strategy.”