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Investing in innovation isn’t the same as investing in your business. Three of the top mistakes CEOs and CFOs make when investing in innovation are asking innovation teams to write business plans and…
Strategic plans become outdated the moment they're created. Instead, create a one-page strategy map.
Don’t write a plan before you understand your customer.
Business plans are great for execution challenges like building a new factory or expanding your sales force. However, insisting on a business plan when it comes to innovation and new ventures is a terrible idea. In fact, lengthy business plans often increase the risk of failure. Let me explain and offer an alternative.
Business plans are obsolete and old-fashioned. With the complexities of today’s market, you need so much more. Read about the Business Map today!
Business plans aren’t just for entrepreneurs who need to secure funding—they can help you plan and evaluate new ideas or growth plans, too. Find out how to write a business plan and get the most out…
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