“Organizations are not problems to be solved; they are capacity to be directed.” -Tom Morin
Does strategy development sound complex and time-consuming?
Leaders have a vision, and managers deliver that vision. But, many leaders make strategy development complex and time-consuming by turning the visioning of strategy development into the planning of strategy delivery.
Strategy development is not about making plans; it’s about making choices. Strategic decisions set the direction of your organization. Your strategy will, either, propel your organization along its existing path, or define a new vision for a better future. Taking a strategy-first and planning-second approach simplifies and accelerates strategy development, and creates the greatest opportunity to influence the future.
Why hire Tom Morin for strategy development?
For over two decades as a leader in large, international corporations, Tom Morin developed strategies for his teams. Tom’s strategies had to be clear, achievable, actionable, and inspire accountability, so Tom and his teams could move on to planning and implementation. Clients hire Tom because his approach to strategy development is easily understood, practical, engaging, and efficient.
How does Tom Morin work with you on strategy development?
Your strategy needs to be documented, inspiring, and actively supported if your teams are going to accomplish your goals. Tom works directly and confidentially with individual leaders and entire teams, either remotely or on-site, to . . .
- demystify and simplify the strategy development process
- validate or create your vision, mission, and values statements
- create clear, relevant, visionary strategic objectives for
- growth and expansion
- product and service innovation
- digital transformation
- infrastructure development
- workforce engagement
- organizational health and workplace culture
- develop milestones, budgets, and implementation roadmaps
- translate your strategy into actionable project plans
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