Improving A Business Plan

Leah Hoffmann

The director of one of a life science company’s business units was hoping to reduce the size and complexity of his division’s business plan. As the initiative’s deadline approached, it became clear that he needed help gathering, synthesizing, and then paring down tactics and budgets from all of his managers.

Business Talent Group connected him with an independent life science operations specialist who could serve both as project manager and strategic adviser. This consultant coordinated across the unit to assess goals and tactics, then began to synthesize them into a comprehensive project map. He coordinated multiple rounds of review and delivered a final product that was easier to understand and update and gave the director better insight into the unit’s plans for the year.

Value: A smart, streamlined business plan that was easier to understand and update.

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