Strategic Management Consulting Services
Most business owners do well in their craft. Not all of them know how to build a successful business. That’s where Pinpoint Management can help your company get to the next level. Our purpose is to grow business in the community that will make a difference.
Take a look at some of our strategic management consulting services and how we can help your company become a dream come true.
A SWOT analysis can help your company in ways you wouldn’t expect. Chances are you’ve heard of a SWOT, and you may have even tried creating one. But do you know how to utilize one properly? SWOT stands for:
At Pinpoint Management, our goal is to help you identify opportunities your business could take advantage of to make higher profits. At the same time, we’ll help you figure out your weak points, putting a plan in place to overcome those obstacles.
What do you hope to gain from taking a look at your company’s strengths and weaknesses? We’ll start by deciding on objectives for your SWOT analysis. To see where you stand amongst the competition, we’ll help you with researching competitors, as well as your industry’s standards. Once we map out the SWOT, we’ll walk you through prioritizing your findings.
Operational Business Plan
An operational business plan outlines (in detail) your daily business operations for one year. You’ll also need an outline of your company’s objectives, goals, procedures, and timeline. Sounds pretty straightforward, right? Not so fast.
Choosing the right KPIs for your business can make or break your Operational Business Plan, so we’ll focus on essential goals and leading indicators to come up with your optimal plan. It takes practice to make sure you’re covering every nook and cranny in a business. That way, you end up with a realistic operational business plan instead of a “good guess.”
We’ll help you allocate human, physical, and financial resources to reach your short-term objectives. When you consistently meet your objectives, your long-term business plan becomes that much more attainable.
When your company has a solid operational plan, your managers and employees will have a better understanding of their specific obligations and how they should complete their projects within a certain timeline.
Operational and Financial Exit Strategy
The point of a financial strategy is for entrepreneurs to have a way to recoup any money they’ve put into starting their business—and it’s often a lot of money. If you’re a startup looking for angel investing or something similar, it’s especially a good idea to have an exit strategy in place.
Financial exit strategies come in a couple of different shapes and sizes. Typically, small businesses look to grow and then become acquired. But you can also have a strategy to sell your equity or have a management or employee buyout. If your business is successful, you could end up making a substantial profit from the venture.
On the other hand, a financial exit strategy allows entrepreneurs to limit their loss if their company is struggling to make money.
Pinpoint Management’s strategic management consulting services can help you figure out what type of financial exit strategy is best for your company. We’ll consider your industry standards and goals when collaborating on a plan. Ask yourself the following:
- How much control do you want to retain within the business?
- Do you want the company to be run the same way after your departure?
- Are you willing to see a shift in management, provided you’re paid well to move on?
Your answers to these questions will help us narrow down which type of exit strategy is best suited for your needs.
Strategic Management Consulting Services
It’s never too late to develop a plan of attack for your business’s growth. Our experts at Pinpoint Management have helped countless companies just like yours, and we’re happy to help you succeed as well.
When you’re ready to see your profits increase, our business financial consultants are happy to help. Contact the experts at Pinpoint Management today for a consultation or take things a step further and complete your business profile survey to help us review your goals.