Our planning module will teach your Organization/leaders:

  • How to develop the End Statement (Do you want to increase market share by 10%, be the best company in a geographical location?)

  • Develop the strategy to reach the End Statement (goal, current situation {environment, weather, internal (where you as a company are at and doing), external (suppliers), and competitors})

  • Identify your resources needed to reach your End Statement

  • What past knowledge can be used to provide guidance or past patterns (Has anyone tried to develop a intended market before from you company?)

  • Develop the “Concept of Operations” (Who will go where, do what, when, why, and how)

  • Contingency plan (What if plan “A” is not working, what will the adjustments be?)

  • Understand pressure points of the organization, how to target them to achieve buy in of new procedures, policies, and goals of the company.

  • Finally “War Game” the process to find gaps or shortcomings in the strategy.

  • Situation (The same as Step #2 of Strategy but at lower levels (department)

  • Mission (Who, what, when, where, why) Ensure the mission supports the End Statement

  • Execution (How it will be completed) what tactics will be used.

  • Command and control (C2). (Communication plans (PR, Communications, Marketing, sales) Departments involved, reporting structure.

  • Logistics and support (What resources will be needed)

  • Be aware of deadly task overloading and how it can affect individual performance causing burnout and higher turn over rates.

  • Follow the warrior mindset and ethos. Never give up. Know and develop your team, and how best to use them.

  • Be exposed to Troop leading procedures (Receive the mission, issue the warning order, make a tentative plan, initiate necessary movement, conduct reconnaissance, complete the plan, issue the order, supervise and refine)

  • We will explain to you the difference of strategy and tactics

  • How importance intelligence (current information) on your competitors, geographical regulations, decision making process

  • Contingency planning (Primary, Alternate, Contingency, and Emergency) for your critical activities.

  • We will discuss and show how decentralized decision making can become your biggest force multiplier by empowering your employees to make day-to-day decisions that work within a specific range of responsibility and the importance of “Walking management” so that context can be developed, current trends understood, and how employees, suppliers, and customers perceive your company and why this is so important.

  • Let us show you the way to more seamless operations that provide big returns on investment for your company. 


“Start with a clear head. Focus, because focus creates targets, and targets give direction, and direction feeds progress, and progress is everything. Stay calm.  Focus means nothing without work, and work demands time, and time we only have so much of.” Rob Bailey