Can you state your strategy in a sentence?
A well-executed strategy is the driving engine behind¬ Strong top line growth. It encompasses all areas of a business and requires structure, direction, data, process and alignment. How well is your current strategy working for you? Are you achieving the revenue growth you want? If your top line revenue is flat, declining or not meeting your expectations, it is most likely a strategy issue.
Take the 7 Attributes of Agile Growth assessment and discover if your strategy is a help or a hindrance to your company’s performance.
As a Business Growth Strategist, Leigh Paulden offers you access to an exclusive library of practical and internationally proven resources and tools as part of the 7 Attributes of Agile Growth frame-work. The library includes reference material from the well-known authors, business consultants and CEO’s who know how to create a strategy that will drive your company and provide you with the tools and resources to do this. Working alongside you, Leigh will help you embed a strategy that provides the results you are looking for is adaptable in an ever changing market.
Great By Choice
Author: Jim Collins & Morten T. Hansen
9 years of research unmasks why some companies thrive on uncertainty and others do not. N.B. it has nothing to do with luck.
The Mind of the Strategist
Author: Kenichi Ohmae
What strategies have companies in Japan used to be successful and what lessons can they provide for the rest of the world?
Jobs To Be Done
Author: Stephen Wunker
Successful innovation doesn’t begin in the board room, it starts with the customer and what needs does your product/service fulfil for them. Create a strategy that starts from the bottom.
Author: Hermann Simon
These are the companies who have attained global market share without the fanfare. The author explores their success and the strategies that took them there.
How Companies Win
Author: Rick Kash & David Calhoun
Rick Kash is the Chairman of the Cambridge Group and David Calhoun is the CEO of Neilsen. Together they present a guide to creating a demand-based business model.
Author: Michael E. Porter
Achieve a competitive advantage over another through integration of your strategy with your suppliers and customers.