I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Paris X in 2001 and after a couple of years working in Sales and Marketing in Paris and Amsterdam, I moved to the UK where I comp...
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Whether at the corporate level or within a specific business unit or function, a well developed and executed strategy* can bring huge improvements in both an organisation's performance and in the alignment and morale of its people.
Choose a survey from below to help you assess whether your strategy is set up for success.
Note: This ‘healthcheck’ has been designed to be applicable to a broad range of organisations and business situations, whilst remaining as relevant as possible in specific circumstances. To achieve a more complete and targeted assessment of any improvements you may need to make to your strategy, we also offer a, short, sharp, on-site assessment, tailored to your specific situation. To find out more, please contact us on 020 7643 5800 or via email.
Assess whether your strategy is set-up for success with one of our questionnaires.
A strategy for an entire business or corporation, including groups or portfolios of companies, where commercial success is the primary goal.
A strategy for one of a number of distinct market facing, revenue generating businesses within a corporation or wider group.
A strategy for an internal function whose role is to provide supporting services to one or more of the market facing parts of the business.
A strategy for the internal Information Technology function whose role is to provide supporting IT services to one or more of the market facing parts of the business.
A strategy for an organisation whose primary goals are not revenue or profit generation.
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