Our proven business strategies and growth tools that were created to help EMTEQ grow are consolidated into our business advising structure called STUCK Breakthrough Strategies.
STUCK Breakthrough Strategies is a unique model of systematic entrepreneurialism which provides the strategies, tools, and courage to move your business to the next level. This model is based around five key areas: assessment, planning, creation, deployment and execution.
This process is aimed at helping small to mid-sized businesses from all industries move to the next level. We work with business owners who have the courage to get out of their own way to create a culture of growth. When this is done, employees will be engaged and empowered, allowing for the owner to work on the business and not in the business. When a business has this culture, our strategies and tools will be effective in implementing a systematic approach to growth.
If you have a current business plan that is too long and hard for your employees to follow, we will help to right size it to one page. Or, if you don’t have a business plan, we will help you create one. If your leadership team needs help improving a budget, we will help. If they need help focusing on the real issues of the business, our advising also has the tools that will help develop your employee’s soft-skills, such as our Stop/Start/Continue exercise.
In order to make sure that everyone is focusing on growing the business, we wanted to make sure that our strategies are as simple as possible. To make it easy to keep businesses on the same page, we created the Single-Page Plan.
The Single-Page Plan has its own section for metrics in an area called Targets. This section lists each target individually and is associated with one of the 5 pillars of our Single-Page Plan: Growth, Customer Delight, Innovation, Productivity, and GPTW.
We focus on those five pillars of business as if there is success in these areas, your growth will happen naturally. This is in contrast to other advising services that focus mainly on financial metrics.