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3 Top Tips For Business Strategy 

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As a small business owner, it is vital to develop your strategy and business goals.

By creating a clear strategy and plan, you can design your course of action and mark out a path to achieve specific outcomes, helping you gain an advantage over your competitors.

Measurable goals and an undisputable sense of direction is vital to keep both you and your business on track.

But how do you achieve this?

Decide your goals – and go after them

Every business will have unique goals in line with their own strategy and vision.

Whether they concern customer growth, market expansion, income, development of a new product or service or anything else, all goals should be relevant to your business.

Ensure they are reasonable and measurable, as well as achievable.

Assign them to an owner, and work out what is a priority.

This approach can also help keep your team members focused and on track, which can give you the added advantage of increased productivity.

Be firm, but flexible 

It is important to have specific goals and deadlines in place, but it is also important that they are a true representation of what the goals for your business are and should be.

Even with the best laid plans, life happens.

Your goals should (and must) adjust to accommodate key changes.

It could be alterations in market conditions, team member changes, budget growth - anything.

Re-evaluate your strategic goals regularly to make sure they still fit your long term business plans, and make sure you always have the ability to be flexible when necessary.

Establish your deadlines – and stick to them 

Setting fair deadlines for yourself and your team is key.

Make deadlines reasonable, but indisputable.

Only allowing changes under extreme circumstances means that productivity is maintained.

Missing deadlines often means additional project costs and reduced productivity, so avoid at all costs.

Carl Reader

Carl Reader

Owns some businesses, written some books, and likes to talk. A lot.

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