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Chief Executive Officer vs. Chief Operating Officer
What's the difference? Generally speaking, CEO's are charged with figuring out where the company is going to go by utilizing creative vision and infusing sound strategic planning. COO's are charged with taking the CEO's vision and making it happen by setting company objectives and ensuring the operational systems are in place to achieve them. Two complementary, but uniquely different jobs requiring equally different skill sets.
Larger companies can typically afford the benefit of both positions. Small businesses, particularly in the early phases, typical can't. Consequently, the responsibilities of developing vision, strategy and managing operations often fall on the shoulders of the owner. Although this may be necessary for some period of time, it is ultimately unsustainable. As a company matures, the owner's ability to adequately address all these responsibilities becomes strained. Increased time demands begin to push some responsibilities to the side. Often, these orphaned tasks are operational and, although mundane, critical to the importance of the organization's ability to function, produce quality outputs and sustain growth.
We understand the important balance between developing great strategy and having the ability to actually execute. We also understand most small businesses are ill-equipped to spend $250k on an experienced operations executive that can produce organizational results. We believe there is an affordable and practical solution to this dilemma. Let Accelious provide the experience and dedicated focused to help turn your entrepreneurial vision into demonstrable results. Whether it's the need for diligent planning, installing measurable objectives, operational alignment, specific projects or complex problem solving - we got you covered.
- Benjamin Franklin
Putting the Pieces In Place For Success
Knowing exactly where you need to go is a big part of the success equation, but there's still one vital element missing: knowing exactly how to get there.
Operational Planning is like your navigational system that helps guide key components from where you are today to where you want to be tomorrow. We examine strengths, vulnerabilities, personnel, mechanical resources, technology, potential risk and the gaps that need to be addressed to fulfill your objectives.
All of these factors are then refined into clear goals and performance indicators that can be tracked, monitored and adjusted to keep your organization moving in the right direction.
Risk Mitigation Analysis
Needs & Gap Analysis
Resource & Technology Planning
Customized KPI's or OKR Goals
The Operational Plan Starting at $2,499.00
Proforma Income Statement
Proforma Statement of Cash Flow
Proforma Balance Sheet
Owner's Roadmap & Exit Strategy
The Financial Analysis
The Importance of Understanding Financial Viability
What Will It Cost to Grow?
How Much Revenue Do You Need to Support That New Hire?
What Service Produces the Highest Margins?
How Do Your Expenses Compare to Similar Organizations?
What Can I Afford to Budget for My Digital Marketing Campaign?
Am I Paying Myself What I'm Truly Worth to the Company?
What Financial Ratios Should I Be Monitoring?
How Should I Finance Next Year's Planned Growth?
Is There a Way to Improve My Accounts Receivable Aging?
Which Products Are Draining My Profitability?
What Will My Business Contribute to My Retirement?
All good questions. Do you know the answers? Relax, we can help you find them and together ensure you are steering your business towards financial stability and ultimate success.
The Financial Analysis Starting at $1,499.00
Company's Purpose Statement
Target Market Development
Target Market Segmentation
Market Trend & Growth Analysis
Barriers to Entry
The Market Analysis
The Critical Importance Of Knowing Your Market
The principal objective of any organization is to sell something to someone. Profit, non-profit, retail, manufacturing or service-oriented - their success is predicated on the ability to deliver something to someone who finds value in what the organization is producing. Taking this concept and turning it into something tangible can be summarized by answering the following questions.
What do you do?
Why do you do what you do?
Who will specifically benefit from your product?
Why will the group that benefits find your product valuable?
Why would someone pick your company over another with similar products?
The answers to these questions represent the essence of understanding your market and the drivers that guide our services
The Market Analysis Starting at $2,499.00