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Where we were is not where we are now and not where we are going to be.

This statement describes many of our conversations around planning and developing talent for the future.

Most noteworthy, today, day-to-day operations require highly motivated, talented employees who are sought after by competitors.

So, the move from a mainly “mom and pop” environment to “bigger business” makes us ask the questions.

Can you predict where the industry is going?

What new concepts will continue to enter the market?

What new craze or generational shift will impact consumer behavior?

Above all, this is just a short list of the many unknowns coming to the industry.

Click the following link to read Champ Rawls’s post on the Multi Unit Franchising’s website titled:  When, Why, And How to Adapt

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Strategic Planning


Strategic Planning

The only constant one can plan for is change.  Strategic planning positions the business to address the probable, possible, and potential contingencies impacting business success. 

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