Engagement Tools and Methods

We have used a number of established business tools that support our clients executive teams take ownership of the business planning process.

These tools can be used as exercises carried out over several days, out of office, as a day workshop or over several three hour sessions, spread over several weeks

Example of Tools Used:

  • The 7 P Method Using a predesigned template, the workshop covers areas of consideration under :
  • Product
  • Pricing
  • Placement
  • Promotion
  • People
  • Process
  • Physical Environment
  • The outcome is an action plan based on the seven key go to market areas.
  • Business Canvass Model Using an interactive workshop environment to consider areas such as:
  • Customer Segments
  • Channels
  • Customer Relationships
  • Value Proposition
  • Key Resources
  • Key Activities
  • Key Partnerships
  • Cost Structure
  • Revenue Streams
  • The outcome is a comprehensive plan of action based on these 9 key areas
  • SWOT Analysis & Extended SWOT Using the traditional SWOT* process, we extend this exercise to categorise these into five key areas being:
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Finance
  • Development
  • Operations
  • And then prioritise these over different time frames.
    The outcome is a comprehensive plan of action based on these 5 key areas
  • *Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats

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