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C R E AT I N G A N D S U S TA I N I N G O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L F O C U S BENEFITS OF USING ONSTRATEGY Through strategic planning, you can drive engagement, alignment and ownership: Engagement: Getting the right people involved Alignment: Building consensus with focus and clarity Ownership: Knowing what needs to be done and by who Benefits of on OnStrategy, specifically One version of your plan: A single source of truth

Consistent reporting, dynamically generated- Check progress with a single click Org-wide engagement- Built in communication and collaboration tools Quickly update progress- Intuitive interface for capturing progress updates Dynamic Planning- Keep strategic planning relevant by having a living, breathing plan that guides decision making WHAT IS ONSTRATEGY? OnStrategy is web-based software that empowers people to create and execute great strategy.

C R E AT I N G F O C U S PLAN SECTION Copyright M3 2013 STEP-BY-STEP PL AN CREATION Step-by-step guide to develop your plan in three phases. Keep track of what you completed, what is in progress and what is not

started. Monitor progress of department or individual plan development. GOAL CASCADING Number Level 1 Long-Term Strategic Objective

Who is responsible Not assigned far reaching and very 3-5 years broad Corporate-wide not assigned 1.1 Must have Target and Measure (KPI) Assigned to Department responsible

Department 1.1.1 for seeing this goal completed. Goal Must have Target & Measure Assigned to Team Member Team responsible for seeing this goal 1.1.1.1 Member completed. Goal

Must have Target & Measure Assigned to Team Member Team responsible for seeing this action 1.1.1.1.1 Member completed. Short term items only. Action Must have Target & Measure Corporate Goal Time Frame

18-24 months 12-18 months 6-12 months 30, 60, 90 days TIPS: THINK S.M.A.R.T. WHEN YOU CREATE YOUR GOALS

Provide direction, clarity and momentum to achieving a vision Communicate the outcome (Why) Be clear about ownership/ accountability Clear and simple To (action verb) (single key result) by (target date) requiring (resources). Goals are dreams with deadlines.

-Diana Scharf Hunt THE ANATOMY OF A GOOD GOAL (Action verb) + (single key result from X to Y) + (purpose why) through (explain how if the clarity is necessary) by when (target date). CREATING GOALS

STRATEGIC PL ANNING BEST PRACTICES Cascading Goals: Up to 5 levels of goals ensure you can build out who is going to do what by when. 3 SMART Goal Development keeps your goals actionable.

CREATING A GOAL Goals are dreams with deadlines. -Diana Scharf Hunt GOAL CASCADE EXAMPLES 1. Increase average revenue per key account by 5% by end of year 2016. (Measure: $ in revenue per key account/ Target: $25k) 1.1 Increase use of promotional incentives for new product purchases to achieve a 30% success rate.

1.1.1 Redesign multi-touch marketing campaign for key accounts. 2. Demonstrate our foundational values and company culture by maintaining 80% employee retention. (Measure: % of employees retained/ Target: 80%) 2.1 Promote professional growth and career fulfillment by having 100% of mid-level managers complete professional development program annually. 2.1.1 Research different professional development software systems.

S U S TA I N I N G F O C U S PERFORMANCE SECTION Copyright M3 2013 IMPLEMENTATION OVERVIEW How will we use the plan as a management tool? Definition: Implementation is the process that turns strategies and plans into actions in order to accomplish strategic objectives and goals.

Outcome: Synching checking in with your plan into the rhythm of your business COMMON PITFALLS Lack of ownership/no accountability Lack of communication Getting mired in the day-to-day An overwhelming plan No progress report

STREAMLINED PROGRESS UPDATING Track your performance to show only necessary status information. High priority items are flagged. Click on the pencil to update the progress on one page including dates, priority and ownership. HOW TO UPDATE A GOAL

Click on the pencil icon next to the goal youre wanting to update. Three steps to updating a goal: 1. Update your Status 2. Update your Actual 3. Leave a Comment (if needed) Click Save, youre finished! TRACK PERFORMANCE

GETTING THE MOBILE APP Go to your devices app store and search for OnStrategy STAY FOCUSED WITH ONSTRATEGY MOBILE Priorities in your pocket show you what needs your focus. Manage performance in 30 seconds using the quick

update screen. Know what is on your horizon by seeing goals that are coming up within 90 days. ONSTRATEGY REPORTING FEATURES VISUAL PERFORMANCE DASHBOARD Save custom dashboards and

share with anyone Filter and sort by organizational function, status and priority Quick, dynamic visual overview of current goal/action performance

Detailed view of performance by month, quarter and YTD SUPPORT Self-help resources: Use our convenient FAQs and Web based tutorial to learn tips and tricks to make planning easier. Dedicated Strategy Advisor:

We have expert strategists on hand to help you create and execute great strategy. Unlimited technical support: Use live chat to get instant answers to your technical questions. CONTACT INFORMATION OnStrategy

465 Court Street Reno, Nevada 89501 (775) 747-7407 ph [email protected] Our office hours are Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (PT).

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