**Disclaimer and note on the topic of business strategy: This article is a microblog intended as food for thought in simple share and snapshot hence digestible character count in form. When you think better you do better, that’s the point.
Why An Effective Business Strategy Before You’re in Jeopardy?
Times like these reveal cracks in systems: financial systems, economic systems, business systems, human systems, and the list goes on. Now is the time to look at whatever those cracks may be and commit to solutions of strength moving forward to increase efficiency, fill in any gaps, and create a stronger foundation than before. The answer to your prayers is inevitably a business strategy no matter the gap, hurdle or need as a business strategy will identify what’s needed and focus on creating a solution if not multiple solutions to better your position.
As a management consultant who is hyper-performance strategist focused and obsessed with economics, efficiency and psychology, it’s my belief that there’s almost always room for improvement in “the system”. This could be actual operations, communications, marketing, finance, leadership, HR – whatever have you.
You’ll notice right now more than ever that people think twice about where they place their capital be it is a local shop, online business, in-person or online service provider, whomever it is. People support businesses who have quality products & services, act with integrity, are responsive & solution oriented, communicate and treat others as humans (not transactions) and are committed to leading with excellence – with the end user in mind. The client/consumer always can usually grasp intel on whether a company treats it’s employees well, also. Hence, it is increasingly important to walk your talk from the inside out because as they saying goes: cracks are revealed when the system gets shook up. System, as in your business with or without a well thought, aligned, flexible and executed business strategy.
If you are an asset manager and you’ll be piggy backing someone else’s trade patterns, you’ve already been revealed in investment strategy style as an investment manager.
I wish the best for everyone AND know that humans do the best they can at any given time – and that doing better the more we learn. I also can’t say enough that a continuously revised investment and business strategy (offensive & defensive on both fronts) really does HELP support during times of financial and economic shake-up.
If you’re a business or investment management group that’s been impacted, book a call with me. I’d be glad to listen to you, give you constructive feedback in bounce back.