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Simply put, a strategy review is an opportunity to take a step back and look at where you and your organisation want to be – and then consider how you are going to get there.
For many organisations a real driver to do a strategy review is when the first warning signs appear – such as your Finance Director telling you that without change your organisation will run out of money soon. While that may be a real spur for action, VBNK’s advice is not to wait until you really have to do something. Any time, you come out of such a strategy review process with a stronger sense of purpose and as a result a more effective organisation.