- In order to create greater outcomes, the entrepreneur and business owner must take a step back from their business, to create clarity from complexity and to learn new techniques and tools.
- An outsider’s perspective is a critical component to evolution and success in today’s fast paced business environment.
- An organization’s strengths must be leveraged to eliminate dangers and secure opportunities.
- Breakthrough results come from fresh perspectives and insights.
An Outsider’s Perspective
McKinsey & Company, the world renowned management consulting firm completed a study of CEOs with outstanding track records; those CEOs whose companies returned more than 500% over their tenure. Of 600 CEOs studied, 5% met their criteria. Of the top 5%, CEOs were twice as likely to have been hired from outside the company. The main reasons cited were an outsider’s ability to challenge the company’s culture with greater objectivity. An outsider’s view will generally yield the unbiased insights needed for breakthrough moves. Because of our knowledge in all aspects of sales, operations and finance, our focus on small to medium sized business, our experience worldwide and our macro view of markets worldwide, The Schatten Group provides you with that “Outsider’s Perspective”.
Dangers, Opportunities, and Strengths
One of the most important exercises we will perform with you is to identify the biggest opportunities that need to be secured, the most pressing dangers that need to be eliminated and the strengths that you have to secure those opportunities and eliminate those dangers. This exercise will provide the foundation for the actionable steps you need to take to achieve your objectives.
Fresh Perspectives & Insights
Taking a step back from your business, creating clarity from complexity, integrating into your organization an outsider’s perspective and identifying your biggest opportunities, most pressing dangers and your strengths will allow you to create the breakthrough results that only come from fresh perspectives and insights.