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Plan On a Page

Plan On a Page

Are you so buried in the weeds of your day-to-day operations you can’t see where you’re going?

Want to engage and get buy-in from your team so that projects don’t stagnate along the way?

Business planning is essential for organisational health and must be approached with a suitable “end in mind” – that’s where we come in!  

One of the tools we love using with organisations is the Plan On a Page, or PoP for short.

When you need to drive focus across your teams, a simple one-page plan brings clarity. Name up your goal, define your change projects and group your day-to-day activities with 2PM’s Plan On a Page.

What are the benefits?

What do we bring?

Most strategic plans are way too complicated. They’re busy, wordy, and try to do too much all at once. Our Plan on a Page process is robust, effective, and consultative, but not overly time-consuming.

We understand and respect the challenges of leading in a busy organisation, so we ensure that all the heavy lifting of this process occurs on our end.  

What makes our approach different?

We tailor our approach to suit your specific needs and budget. Need to focus on team building throughout this process? We can help!

Want to spend time defining the scope of strategic projects so everyone is clear on what’s getting done? We can help with that too!

We help you prioritise what to do, and what not to do, so you can stay focussed on the activities that will deliver the success you seek. 

And when the planning is done, we don’t walk away. We can help you embed these new plans into  your operational  activities and provide tools and experience which will lead to the successful implementation of strategic change.  

Do you need a simple ‘Plan on a Page’ that actually gets done?

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Need more convincing?

Watch this video from one of our consultants, Tim Hynes, as he explains the benefits of using our Plan on a Page.