Plan On A Page
In order to be successful and deliver results, organisations need a good strategic plan that is concise, accessible and easy to understand. Many companies make the common mistake of thinking their plan has to be complex and lengthy for it to be good. In fact, the opposite is true. Your top-level plan should be nothing more than a simple, at-a-glance description of where your organisation needs to go, and there’s no need for it to be more than one page long.
Only 10% of companies manage to turn their strategy into actual results. This means that a shocking 90% of companies, even those that have a well-thought-out plan, fail to execute their strategy successfully – a dismal statistic.
One of the main reasons why organisations fail to execute their strategy is because no one really understands the plan, the company’s objectives and its priorities. Most companies produce lengthy, overly complex strategy documents that nobody ever reads. Plus, as well as being too long, the majority of strategies are far too woolly, not agile enough, and often resemble a random mix of objectives, action plans and measures.
To combat all this, your plan needs to be something that every single employee can pick up, understand what it says, and understand what needs to be done. After all, if your people ca not understand the plan, how can they be expected to get behind it and do what’s necessary to turn the plan into reality.
The latest strategy management tools make it easy for organizations to clarify and communicate their strategy and priorities, and ensure the strategy is understood and delivered by everyone in the organisation. Tools like strategy maps can help you create a coherent plan and visualize it in a simple and easy-to-understand one-page picture.
A one-page plan will immediately focus your employees’ minds and provide direction. It does this by showing, at a quick glance, what the intended outcomes are, as well as the core activities and underpinning enablers that will lead to their achievement.
Business leaders can use the slides in this template when preparing their company development strategy. For example, you can present your plan on one page to familiarize yourself with the basic concepts.
Startup executives can use the slides in this template when preparing for an investor meeting. A concise plan will help you present your business ideas in a simple and understandable way. Project managers can also use the slides in this template when preparing to discuss a new project with team members. You can briefly present the main goals and milestones of the project.
Plan on A Page is a professional and modern template that contains five stylish and fully editable slides. You can change the type and size of the font, color and position of the infographic yourself. This template will be useful for project managers, startups, company executives, business coaches. Plan on A Page template will complement your old presentations and will be a worthy addition to your collection of professional presentations.