Creating a complete plan
A lot of effort is often put into creating a business plan. It’s not uncommon for it to result in a document that is put away on a bookshelf or on the hard drive until the next time you create a plan. At this time, you state that some things have been done, and some things didn’t get done. The new plan is too often a projection of the old plan.
The anchoring of the organisation, the clarity of what needs to get done and making sure that targets are reached and measures are implemented is something that too often is pushed aside in favour of all the urgent issues that just have to be managed.
Would you rather see that management during two focused days, marked by hard work and fun, work out a complete plan where you manage your challenges and get inspired to really carry out what you have planned?