Newport Group | Growth Strategy

By: Newport Group  09-12-2011

True strategic thinking is a discipline. Effective strategic  planning is the embodiment of that discipline.

A renewed look at strategy puts a new foundation under the company. It is, in essence, a lifting of the house to put in a new foundation.

A strategy is the blueprint to your end goal. The outcome of an effective strategy is better management through better absorption of short term tactical errors and clarity of purpose from the top on down. The ultimate goal remains fixed and unyielding.

An effective strategy is based on a common viewpoint embraced by the entire senior management team. Through agreement and understanding, a teachable point of view is developed and then can spread to the total organization. The ultimate goal is to have everyone embrace the strategy and engaged in its implementation.

At Newport we believe that the strategic process is best centered around the following model:

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