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A business planViews: 210
Jul 18, 2007 1:09 am re: re: re: A business plan

Steve Novak
How often does your business change? Do you wake up every morning wondering what business you'll be in today? I suspect that most people who argue that business changes too fast do far more planning then they realize. I would challange them to think for a minute about the planning they're already doing, and look at how far out they're already planning. Going to call that vendor tomorrow? That's planning. Got a schedule of sales prospects to contact over the next week? That's planning. Expect to increase revenues by 20% over the next 6 months? That's planning (or wishing if you don't know exactly how that will happen).

My point is it's better to put a little formality into planning, how much depends on your business. You can then monitor your progress, evaluate progress against defined goals, and evaluate opportunities in relation to whether they'll help you reach your defined objectives.

Steve Novak
PPR Management Services
Improving Profits by Improving Performance


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