Thirty minutes is the new hour, half-day, and full-day when it comes to meetings, and especially meetings to work on strategy. While much longer meetings are certainly happening daily in business, invariably executives and team members we talk to suggest that the onslaught of video conferences has shrunken their engagement spans dramatically. There is only so much time you can focus on a screen and actively participate.
Given this phenomenon, Brainzooming has been re-imagining strategy for this disrupted time. We’ve developed multiple ways to make progress toward developing your strategy in thirty-minute increments. Not coincidentally, the disruption and time-limited strategy go hand-in-hand. When everything is up in the air because of dramatic external change, you need to be able to re-evaluate and adapt your strategy. Maybe multiple times. You can’t do that if it takes months or even weeks to revise your strategy.
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Which 30 Minute Strategy Path Is Right For You?
It's Not The New Normal...It's The New Important
Everyone is talking about the "New Normal," but here at Brainzooming, we don't think of it as the New Normal, but the New Important. Since the early days of Covid-19 turning everything upside down, we've been working with our clients to help them determine the New Important for their businesses and develop strategies to propel their business operations forward. Through our client work during the pandemic, as well as a survey on Brainzooming.com, we’ve identified 12 common challenges in three core areas businesses are facing. And we realized for each one, Brainzooming’s expertise in strategy means we have tools to help people overcome every single challenge.
The 12 Common Challenges
Developing an Agile Culture:
- Getting staff, at all levels, engaged and on the same page
- Maintaining teams and fostering teambuilding when people are not in same physical space
- Creating excitement and fun when things feel overwhelming
- Maintaining focus and staying motivated to do the follow up required to move forward
Serving Customers and Growing:
- Strategic planning, especially when the future is hard to predict
- Diversifying to increase revenue
- Creating a positive customer experience
- Improving efficiency without compromising integrity or quality
Executing and Performing:
- Prioritizing goals and initiatives
- Getting buy-in (from the Board, from top management, from employees)
- Communicating the new message/strategy internally and to customers
- Delegating and staffing when some staff has been let go or had their hours cut
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