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Creating A Strategic Plan – The Value of Clarity

Posted by Douglas A Wick on Fri, Mar 19, 2010



In Clarity Dissolves Resistance we discussed how many business owners and executives fail to understand the importance of determining a vision for their business.  While small business owners [less than $1M in revenue] may be more guilty of this than mid-size business owners, it’s not hard to find this lack of vision in larger companies.  The changing economy, advancing technology, competitive pressures, internal challenges all contribute to this so-called fog of war.  It can dull the senses and reduce the leader’s appreciation for developing a vision.  Setting priorities and communicating them to employees is critical to growth. 

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Topics: Business Growth, E-Myth, One Page Strategic Plan, Business Vision, Michael Gerber, Strategic Planning, emyth

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