Our Philosophy

Planning is future oriented, whereas Strategy is action oriented. Planning takes assumptions, but Strategy is based on practical experiences. Planning can be for short term or long term depending upon the circumstances. Unlike Strategy, which is for the long term.

Strategic planning is the process of documenting and establishing a direction of your small business—by assessing both where you are and where you're going. The strategic plan gives you a place to record your mission, vision, and values, as well as your long-term goals and the action plans you'll use to reach them.

The six stages of the process are goal-setting, team, analysis, strategy formation, strategy implementation and strategy monitoring.

The purpose of goal-setting is to clarify the vision for your business.

  1. Clarify Your Vision.
  2. Get the Right Stakeholders Involved.
  3. Gather and Analyze Information.
  4. Formulate a Strategy.
  5. Implement Your Strategy.
  6. Evaluate and Control.

Capabilities

Strategy

A business strategy is the means by which it sets out to achieve its desired ends.

Evaluate

Evaluate what has been been implemented.  Test, measure and return results.

Restructuring

Let's find new innovation in your company.  Not only to improve liquidity... to make life better for others.

Benefits

Marketing Research

Research helps you plan the best way to get your product from the manufacturer to the retail shelf. In addition to deciding which retailers should carry your product, you should determine where your inventory will be held.

Listen to your team

Go to your team, and tell them you want to make a fresh start. Tell them you want them to enjoy their jobs more and get more done.

Analyze the Problem

In this problem solving step, you will want to figure out what caused the problem, what the problem looks like at this moment, and the urgency of addressing the problem.

The Division of Innovation and Industrial Partnerships (IIP) of the Engineering Directorate invites US-based small businesses to submit Phase I proposals focused on the development and deployment of new technologies, products, processes, and services with the potential to positively impact the nation’s and world’s ability to respond to the COVID-19 crisis.