Questions answered in Making Entrepreneurial and Startup Ideas Happen: 849 Secrets you can easily use in a technological world to seize financial wealth!:
1.What innovations can you develop or buy?
2.Where are your natural adjacencies and how do we best attack them and win?
3.Isn’t there more to it, especially for businesses at risk of being disrupted?
4.What does your company bring to customers that they value?
5.Of these things, which are vitally, even uniquely, important to them?
6.If you closed your doors today, would your customers suffer a real loss?
7.Are you doing today what your company needs to do to matter tomorrow?
8.What is the one thing your organization* was worst at this year? What single thing most needs to happen to fix it?
9.What is the one thing your organization did best this year? What do you need to do to turn that success into a repeatable process?
10.Which department, division, team or function was most responsible for your organization’s success this year? What are you going to do about it?
11.What is the single metric or measurement you least liked hearing about this year? What will you do to prevent the same thing happening next year?
12.What is the single metric you will measure your success by (not how anyone else will measure your success- how you will measure your own success). What are you doing about it?
13.If you fired yourself today, and came back tomorrow as a new boss with a clean sheet, what would you do?
14.If a perfect competitor opened up across the street from you tomorrow, what would they be like?
15.Does your organization’s corporate responsibility strategy match the availability of your current resources?
16.How often does your organization assess its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in order to understand the current business climate?
17.How effectively does your organization form and make profitable use of partnerships?
18.If you were in charge of strategic planning for your organization, what changes would you make?
19.How efficient is your organization from an operational standpoint?
20.How well does your organization utilize its people as an asset to help it improve, stay competitive, and strategically meet goals? Are people used efficiently or is talent wasted due to lack of effective strategy?
21.How often does your organization analyze the competition in order to understand competitive advantages and disadvantages as well as identify areas for investment or needs for improvement?
22.How well does your organization strategically differentiate from the competition in terms of the capabilities of its product? How clear is your organization’s strategy for this?
23.How clear is your vision for what corporate responsibility should be like in your organization in the future? Is the direction that the organization wants to go in clear and understandable?
24.Is your long-term view reflected in your short-term priorities?
25.Are your pouring effort into initiatives today that have connections with where you expect ourselves and the market to be in the future?
26.How effective is your organization’s delivery model?
27.How much potential benefit for the organization does the distribution strategy have?
28.Considering all possible outcomes, how much risk does the distribution strategy have?
29.How much ease and expense is required for your customer to switch to a competitor’s offering?
30.How often does your organization analyze the competition in order to understand competitive advantages and disadvantages as well as identify areas for investment or needs for improvement?
31.Based on your knowledge of current efforts to promote your services, what are the major internal barriers to selling your services to clients?
32.How well does your organization maximize existing resources in order to deliver the product offering?
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