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BGI Strategy on a Page

Develop your business strategy on just one single page!

Deri ap John Llewellyn-Davies

Publisher: Filament, 2013 , 288 pages

ISBN: 978-1-908691-38-5

Keywords: Strategy

Synopsis:

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A practical guide for companies who want to plan their entire business from Purpose to Key Actions on one single sheet of A4! Most companies are not clear on their strategy and do not have a proven method for recording their action, or holding themselves accountable. BGI Strategy on a Page comes from Deri's extensive business experience and MBA through being non-executive and executive on 18 different boards, advising over 125 companies and experience on his MBA, angel and venture capital networks. It has proven to work with one-person companies to 20 million pound companies. BGI Strategy on a Page combats the speed and acceleration in the business world by enabling us to strategically adapt to the changes in external and internal markets. The concept provides a monthly accountability system, being able to flex strategy in the now, medium term and long term.

Table of Contents:

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  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  1. Definitions
  2. Preparation
  3. Purpose
  4. Vision
  5. Values
  6. Your unique business
  7. Foundations of Strategy
  8. Eight Business Growth Indicators
  9. Accountability
  10. Alignment
  11. Creating Legend
  12. Theme and Reward
  13. Rhythm and Pulse
  14. Conclusion

Reviews:

BGI Strategy on a Page

by Roland Buresund last modified 2013-12-14 15:59

Rating: **** (Mediocre)

Well, let's put one thing to rest immediately, we're really talking about 10 pages as a minimum, so the title is a bit misleading.

Secondly, the audience seems to be high-school graduates that is struggling with understanding the concept of "strategy" in a small business. And for this audience it is probably very well suited. But for any serious study of strategy or practical use at medium to large companies, this is mediocre at best, and sometimes feels a bit infantile.

You may skip this book without fear of missing out of any knowledge.


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