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 Are managers adequately defining their plans?  

Are managers adequately defining their plans
One of the great features of using strategic planning software is the ability to see definitive planning structure within each of your manager’s plans. 

If a manager doesn’t present defined strategies which will be realized through completed goals, actions and tasks, what is it they are really doing? It’s all well and good to say, “We will increase our department’s output by 2% per quarter throughout the financial year!” but without being able to see the framework in place to achieve this, or the metrics that are tracking output to measure this, all you have is an intangible series of words. 

PMH Insights software tools and consultant services can ensure your strategic plans are tangible, defined and aligned leading to greater focus and output on core strategies. Our preliminary analysis highlights and questions undefined plans and our one on one training and development program provides ongoing development of both your managers and your plan while it is in motion.

 As we provide more services than just teaching you how to use the software and disappearing into the night, you will be able to see your plans develop from year to year, and what can often times be viewed as a necessary chore will develop in to a sharp tool to help advance your organization.

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