I’ve been consulting and coaching clients professionally since 2001, helping them fix problems, discuss possibilities and overcome significant challenges. But nothing is as powerful or more important than having the proper foundation from which to do great work. And no process that I’ve witnessed is better than StratOp.
As a StratOp Certified Facilitator, I would love to help your organization implement the StratOp process.
What is StratOp?
The Strategic Operating Plan Process (StratOp), as led by a Certified Facilitator, guides your organization to make sense of today’s realities, focus your future vision, and design and install a plan to get you there. This process is time-tested, customized to your needs, and validated by a diverse line-up of organizations.
Discover a planning system that gathers and extracts the best thinking from you and your leadership team and results in a Plan-On-A-Page and Action Playbook that your team owns, installs, and manages.
Behaviorally sound, this six-phase process releases your team to manage your organization as a whole, not as a collection of parts. Each step logically and systematically builds on the next, blending together the Strategic (managing for tomorrow, today), the Operational (managing today, today) and the Financial (funding it all) aspects of your organization.
Under the guidance of a skilled facilitator an organization’s leadership team will create a living core plan–the foundation of StratOp–in just three days!
Benefits of StratOp
As your Plan-On-A-Page and Playbook are installed and as your team works the plan, the StratOp process becomes the planning and management system through which vital business functions stay seamlessly aligned, unified, focused, accountable, innovative, productive and competitive.
- Gain clarity from multi-dimensional perspective tools and cross-functional interaction.
- Discover the truth of existing and emerging realities.
- Encourage creativity and surface new ideas.
- Clarify your vision.
- Experience alignment as your leadership team begins to see your organization as a whole entity, not a collection of parts.
- Create unity as each team member relates his or her role to the strategy and plan.
- Establish accountability through personal ownership and responsibility.
- Focus on what’s important now, increasing performance and minimizing wasted effort.