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Understanding your customers can be challenging. Asking them to step outside of day-to-day issues can be a real problem. But they can be your greatest source of insights if you know how and what to ask them.
Benchmarking yourself against the competition can be a struggle, or even knowing the competitor landscape. We often see a need for a structured approach to understanding the threats of today and tomorrow.
Knowing how big an opportunity is, or indeed how accessible is a market, is vital for decision making. With so many potential variables, we understand the challenges of developing credible data points.
Sharing a vision for the business requires you to explain the future of the market you operate in. This is key to align leadership, obtain investment, or provide reassurance to your employees.
Strategy is easy to say and hard to do. It's a challenge to find the right balance between protecting your current business whilst growing the new.
Your customers have problems, you have the solutions, it should be easy. It's not. We know that developing propositions is essential for protecting and growing your business.
Strategy, they say, is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. We know that just working harder will not cut it. Winning is when you build a smarter workforce, or work smarter, or both.
Innovation is not incremention. Stepping outside of 'business as usual' is often time rarely spent. We know the challenges to think, and act, differently.
Making space for good ideas to come to life is a challenge. Getting the right people together, focusing on what matters, creating the right environment are all ingredients to driving innovation forward.
Innovation in a vacuum is dangerous. When your market is being disrupted, co-innovation is a valid option. Through collaboration you get the inspiration of customers and partners, so you learn fast together.
Many organisations realise that competition is coming from start-ups. Creating a start-up in a corporate is often seen as an answer. Taking this step is more than just a new office with some new rules. This is a new culture.
Pricing is a challenge for many organisations. Often it's a big job with small resources. Setting, resetting, and maintaining profitable pricing for each product/market requires strategy combined with structures and systems.
Many organisations can struggle getting beyond their features to focus on what matters to their customers. Without proper attention, their marketing can easily end up as fluff and guff.
What gets you ahead is not what keeps you ahead. To be successful you have to juggle changing markets, new competitors, demanding customers. We understand as you grow so do these challenges.