Business Plan vs.
Strategic Planning Overview
Do you know the difference between a business and a strategic plan? Did you have anything about the new cannabis laws and regulations that businesses need to know and have in their policies and procedures? Are you up to date on the different legislation, laws and other responsibilities?
Company owners, new and established are all in the same boat, unaware of their Goals, Mission Statement or Core Values. If you say to yourself that you have no idea on the above, you are not alone. Have you done a S.W.O.T? Are you asking, what is that?
What is your plan for the next 2-5 years for the growth of your firm? Do you have a pandemic preparedness plan in place with the proper policies and procedures to go with these?
Now ask yourself, do I need to restructure or just start to write my strategic plan? There is a difference between a business and strategic plan and we have the resources to help you write both.
A strategic plan is primarily used for implementing and managing the strategic direction of an existing organization. A business plan is used to initially start a business, obtain funding, or direct operations. … Whereas a business plan is used to provide a structure for ideas in order to initially define the business.
PROBLEM: STATE OF EMERGENCY/PANDEMIC
Caught off guard, now what? How do we deal with this, keep staff employed and the business afloat?? Now enters panic mode.
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How we can help you plan for your business' future..
Call The Staff Room and book a consultation to conduct an HR S.W.O.T. which is also part of an audit. Do not confuse the government audit with an HR one. These can be time consuming and they can be very short. It really depends what you already have in place and what you’re working on.
It is a proven fact that firms with HR support are more successful than those without.
You do not have to have someone there in the office when you do not need this. However, you do need HR to help you along the way. The first step is to call and book a consultation. Second step is to look up what is the difference between a business plan and a strategic plan and what is a S.W.O.T. This will also help in developing a Pandemic Preparedness Plan. Many of our clients were not properly prepared and in panic mode. We were able to help these employers small to medium and from local to Global into a plan that works for them and helps them recover a little easier and a lot smoother. We were also able to help recover funds smoother and easier in a timely manner. We can help you as well. Book your consultation so we CAN help you and take that panic and fear off your tightened shoulders.