Broaden your business potential interactively.
CONCEPTEMverlag BusinessCheck "The First 1,000 Days"
Are you planning or are you responsible for a new business enterprise?
Are you prepared for the demands of the market on your enterprise and on you yourself as an entrepreneur (businessman/ -woman) or as an intrapreneur (businessman/-woman within a company)?
As an executive or a project manager, are you interested in a business and market oriented perspective?
Broaden your business potential interactively and compete against your own business plan and against your strongest competitor: you yourself.
In reality, many entrepreneurial ventures and projects fail within the first 1,000 days. 1,000 days, just short of 3 years, is the time you have to reach your goal. You will encounter the most important statistically proven entrepreneurial mistakes. Overcome these mistakes by addressing them in the form of questions which are applicable to your own venture. Each answer has a direct influence on your planning. Will you be 100% successful in reaching your set goals or will you find that there are some deviations?
"We cannot predict the future, but we can be prepared for it". (Pericles)
"The First 1,000 Days" serves as a "strategic reflection" of an existing plan (e.g. a concept or business plan) for a business enterprise. This includes, amongst other themes, the introduction of a product, the start-up or establishment of a business as well as expansion or follow-up activities - these are all situations which require new entrepreneurial thinking.
Should you still be in the early stages of your planning and therefore do not yet have any concrete figures to work with, you can initially work with fictitious values for your business venture.
Basically, it is all about gaining knowledge in order to optimise the preparation of your business enterprise; since business mistakes cost time and money, the risks are increased and the chances of making a profit are lowered.
Look at risk assessment from a new perspective. Use strategic reflection to
•mentally "play through" your ideas before you come to a decision
•decide for or against the venture (Stop or Go) from a detached point of view
•avoid known business mistakes in advance