Getting Business Planning done to a very high standard
Business planning & executing concurrently can become quite unweildy.
Rather than create a static business plan that sits on the shelf and gathers dust we want to create a light-weight documentation set that can be easily updated and iterated as we learn more about how to run our business.
In this session, I'd like to share with you some of the planning tools I use in order to effectively work ON my business. The result of this planning needs to be 'meaningful progress'.
By work ON my business I mean:
- Clarifying/maturing my business strategy, systems & process moving forward
- Clarifying what needs to be done
- Reprioritisation of whats important
- Setting Objectives & Key Results
- Receiving independent/objective feedback
- Upskilling/capacity building
about the presenter
Tristan is a highly resourceful and purpose-driven General Business Advisor & Product Strategist, having worked in Large Corporate, Not-for-Profit, Small Business & Startup Organisations.
This gives him the perfect background to help deliver the Commonwealth Government’s Digital Solutions program as a General Business Advisor, Business Developer & Strategic Stakeholder Liaison.
Tristan has worked within the following industries:
– Business Strategy/Advisory
– Information Technology
– Commercial Construction
– Building Engineering
Tristan has recently returned to Australia after several years working internationally in Europe & United Kingdom within the tech startup & scale-up sector. This experience has cultivated his strategic planning abilities, tenacity and social & emotional intelligence.
Tristan helps Startups, Scale-ups and Small Businesses by performing 360 Diagnostic Reviews & Health Checks to identify factors that are inhibiting growth / performance.
The output of these reviews is a detailed action plan/playbook for the business owners to undertake to improve their operational performance, marketing performance & financial performance.
Tristan has advised over 100 Small Businesses, with many, many more in the pipeline, across:
– Food & Beverage,
– Art & Culture,
– Financial Services,
– HR Tech,