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Planning

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Planning

Introduction

This is a place to gather ideas about how we can and should engage in planning, for the short, medium and long term.

 

 

Questions for Companies

Not entirely relevant to us, but not entirely irrelevant either.

 

From Fast Company ...

 

The 5 Questions Every Company Should Ask Itself:

  1. What is our company’s purpose on this earth?
  2. What should we stop doing?
  3. If we didn't have an existing business, how could we best build a new one?  (If we were starting from scratch, what would be different?)
  4. Where is our Petri dish? (Where can we experiment?  Where can we can we explore heretical questions that could threaten the business as it is, without contaminating what is currently working?)
  5. How can we make a better experiment?  (Don't see the current products as fixed, but as experiments in how best to deliver value to the customer.  Create new minimum viable products and see if they work: learn from doing, not thinking.)

 

Forget The Mission Statement. What’s Your Mission Question?

  1. Why are we here in the first place?
  2. What does the world need most that we are uniquely able to provide?
  3. What are we willing to sacrifice?  (Are we willing to risk losing sales and short term profit for our values and long term mission?)
  4. What matters more than money?  (Shareholder value is a by-product of making peoples' lives better.)
  5. Are we all on this mission together? 

 

 

 

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