Strategy & Execution

When clients ask us to help them develop a strategy, our first step is to understand their objectives. For some, it’s about maximising profit; for others, it’s about developing a legacy or providing a succession plan, mitigating risk, or achieving market leadership for their business. We work closely with our clients to develop a powerful  strategy with a clear road map for execution and build buy-in from key stakeholders along the way.

“Every engagement starts with a discovery session to understand what matters most to the company’s stakeholders, then we develop a plan, with their input,  to engage staff and make it happen.”

Kevin Higgins, Vantage Performance, Client Director

However sound a strategy might be, it needs to be well executed. Once we’ve finalised and agreed the right strategy to achieve your objectives, we put the wheels in motion to make it happen. Whatever’s required, we’ll be with you every step of the way creating and building momentum.

“Every job’s different and there’s no one single approach. The real skill in developing and executing a strategy to help grow a business is knowing which tools and skills to bring to a situation and in what order. That’s the real X-factor in what we do.”

Michael Fingland, Vantage Performance, Executive Director

It is no secret that many companies develop good strategies, but fail to implement them. Execution is the hardest part of strategy, because it involves getting a potentially diverse team aligned and engaged, and then creating a disciplined system to hold people accountable.

Our ability to do this is the reason we have won more awards than any other Australian turnaround company.

  • Diagnostic
  • Research
  • Strategic planning
  • Performance improvement
  • Stakeholder consultation
  • Change management
  • Workshop facilitation
  • Sustainable Growth Plans
  • Implementation planning and Project management

Success Stories

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Michael Fingland
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Michael Fingland

My philosophy is that there is always a way to solve a crisis, as long as you’re engaged early enough.

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Andrew Birch

Cooperative leadership teams that develop prioritised actions to progress towards clear strategic objectives can achieve long-term business viability.