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Understanding Strategy

When it comes to setting the direction and objectives of your business, what you do isn't nearly as important as how you do it. With that in mind, here's a little refresher on strategy development and execution. Share and enjoy.
  1. Start with the business plan!
  2. Use your core competencies effectively
  3. How to develop a consumer-oriented marketing strategy
  4. How to connect your high-level strategy to your business operations
  5. Implementing your strategy
  6. Use benchmarking to measure how well your strategy has performed

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