Business Strategy Development
Having a business strategy is an effective means for helping you reach your business goals, defining the methods and policies you need to apply within your company. It provides an outline of the actions and decisions a company plans to take to reach its goals and objectives. The business strategy also guides many of your organizational decisions, which can help guide the decision-making process for hiring as well as resource allocation. Creating a business strategy that’s in context with the vision you have for your company takes time and development. Women Empowered for Entrepreneurial Excellence not only addresses why it’s important to have a business strategy but the components to help you generate ideas for the growth of your own company.
If you’re interested in joining a business strategy cohort, send us a message: firstname.lastname@example.org
Growth Wheel, a visual decision-making and action planning toolkit, assists both new and existing entrepreneurs by building your businesses through a simple action-oriented process: determining which areas require your immediate focus to strengthen and grow. All businesses face four basic challenges: Attractive Business Concept, Strong Organization, Lasting Customer Relations, and Profitable Operations.
Make Decisions – Take Action
Business consultants at WEEE utilize this toolkit to assist entrepreneurs in any stage of business to see clearly where assistance is necessary for growth and focus. Through analysis, planning, strategy and goals, the results received when utilizing the Growth Wheel tools are decisions, actions, directions, and milestones.
What is the life stage of your business?
- Start-Up Businesses are new businesses that are in the first three years of their lifecycle.
- Growth Businesses have been operational for more than three years and are ready to take their business to the next level.
The core message of GrowthWheel is to find the single most important areas and focus on them first.
If you’re interested in joining the next cohort, send us a message: email@example.com