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We provide Southern Utah and Las Vegas area nonprofit agencies with strategic planning and consulting services.
Strategic Business Alignment
When the daily operation of your business is tightly aligned to your Vision, your strategic plan is well-placed for success.
Strategic Planning Whitepaper
Our latest white paper will walk you through the development and implementation of a Clear and Concise Strategic Plan.
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Take a look at our Infographic on a Shared Vision. We believe this concept can be very instrumental in your company’s success.
Clear and Concise Approach
Our Clear and Concise business planning methodology.
Ron Woodbury provides businesses and nonprofit agencies with leadership and technical expertise to create and implement strategic business and technology plans, design and deploy websites and eBusiness marketing strategies, improve processes to increase service quality, expand markets, and align and communicate business plans - from “vision to action”. With over 30 years experience providing executive leadership in the financial services industry, most recently serving in the capacity of Chief Information and Administrative Officer, his areas of responsibility included Strategic Technology Leadership, Strategic Planning & Facilitation, Quality Improvement & Management, Risk Management, Facilities & Market Expansion, Facilities Support, Governmental Affairs and General Operations.
Vision, Mission, and Values
Clearly articulated and attainable
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Managing your Strategy
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A collection of opinions about business and nonprofit agency strategy.
From the official blog of Ron Woodbury Consulting: Most agencies have a Mission Statement prominently displayed on the wall of the lobby and in the staff lounge, printed on marketing materials, and maybe even on t-shirts. This is your official mission statement from your strategic plan. This mission is what you strive to be for[…]
It is a new planning year, and many of you are putting the final touches on your 2017 strategic plan. Even though you might leave a planning retreat a bit exhausted, that was the easy part. Executing your plan is what really matters. Now that you and your colleagues have set the new bar high,[…]
Republished by permission – Ron Woodbury Consulting: For hundreds of million years, the Perseid meteor shower has dazzled earth with fantastic natural lightshow. How is it that we (read: customer) can count on the same stunning show (read: process) next week, next year, and a hundred years from now? Consistency and adaptability. Two fundamentals to[…]
Republished by permission – Ron Woodbury Consulting: So we have a shared vision. Now what? It is a common mistake to believe that once a company develops a vision of the future (and a few strategic goals) that everything will magically fall into place. Reality check: This isn’t the case. Unfortunately, this expectation also creates[…]
Republished by permission – Ron Woodbury Consulting: There are a few fundamental elements of your strategic plan that must be crafted carefully and thoughtfully – with a sense of ownership, visionary thinking, and a relentless pursuit of your desired future. Your vision, mission, and values are the three most critical elements of your plan –[…]
Republished by permission – Ron Woodbury Consulting: What is your story? Not a story about something that happened in the past, but a fast-forward tale about where your business will be in the future. This story will become the fundamental theme of your strategic plan. Strategic plans are much more than a collection of missions,[…]
A few years ago, I published an article on the irrelevance of the economy. More specifically, the economy that had (by most measures) reached historic lows in our region. Preposterous? Maybe, from a macro economic perspective. But, not for a small business owner. The point of the article was to focus on what you can[…]
If you’re like most small business owners, you’re probably getting a bit tired of all the phone calls about how a company can improve your search engine results – guaranteed, like magic, and in an instant. Frankly, there’s a bit more to the process than the snake oil peddler will reveal. Selecting an SEO[…]
Today I’ll wear my CIO hat as we discuss a very important tool you should always use when making purchasing or outsourcing decisions. Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculation for your next website design, managed services agreement, or even a decision to purchase or lease equipment will help you determine the right strategy[…]
Without a well-defined action plan to improve the quality of your systems, processes, service, or strategy – the term quality may simply become just that – a term. Where are you today? Where can you achieve the best results in the least amount of time? What are your long-term quality initiatives? These questions can be[…]