Diagnostic Assessment & Report
Issue date: 01/01/1970
Your business is a bit like a bike chain: when under pressure, it breaks at the weakest link. To strengthen it and improve its performance, it makes sense to work on the weakest links before the stronger ones. One of the ways to find those weaker links, those weaker areas of your business, is to do a Business Assessment. That’s what we’ve just done!
Finding those weaker areas is one thing, but knowing what to do to strengthen them, and how to go about it, are different things entirely. It requires an understanding of why they’re weak in the first place. There can be several reasons! For example, your business could be weak in terms of Sales numbers due to poor marketing; price is too high; delivery times are too long; product quality is low; there are better alternatives on the market, and so on.
The Assessment you’ve just completed should give you a good snapshot of where you’re at. Bear in mind that it’s an indicative tool only, based on your self-assessment scores. Its aim is to help you identify the areas of relative strength and weakness in your business. It provides a focal point for you to do a deeper dive into areas that are holding you back and provides you with generic information that may help you strengthen your business and make it more productive, profitable and valuable.
If you’ve scored low in certain areas, don’t be disappointed or dismayed. In fact, be happy, because these are often areas of greatest opportunity. Often, small changes in these areas can lead to a large improvement in overall business performance…a bit like having flat tires that just need a bit of air!
I hope this high-level Assessment Report sheds some light onto your business and leads you towards significant improvement in your business’ performance and value.
Dennis Keay - Managing Director
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