Are you struggling to grow your business?
I've been there. I've made the mistakes. Using the Scaling Up Framework I've found a proven methodology for accelerating your companies' growth.
It's a framework for business growth
The Scaling Up Framework, created by long time entrepreneur and investor, Verne Harnish, has the tools you need to assess your company and set the stage for growth.
It's Based On 3 Principles from John D. Rockefeller
Full transparent priorities that everyone in the business clear knows. There is alignment on the #1 thing that needs to be accomplished this quarter and year to move the company forward.
Data & Metrics
There is a clear understanding of where the company is in regards to it's goals. All employees can quantitatively answer whether they had a good day or week based on KPIs that roll up to the company goals.
There are regular structured weekly meetings to review the company goals, KPIs, and to track and address key issues identified by the team.
Categorized into 4 Areas of Focus
These are called The Four Decisions of Scaling Up. Each category represents a set of attributes to develop within your company.
Would you enthusiastically rehire everyone on the team? Is everyone in the right seat and clear on what is expected of them?
Is there a plan for solid revenue growth? Are core customers known and is there a key brand promise? Is growth sustainable?
Are meetings effectively setup and managed around the company goals? Are good habits in place to reduce wasted time?
Is there a clear understanding of cash flow and the gap between a dollar spent and a dollar earned for the efforts?
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