Across industries and sectors, and over a long period of time, less than 15 precent of organizations achieve what they hoped their strategic plans would allow them to do. Half of organizations actually damage themselves trying to implement their plans.
How can this possibly happen?
Whether you drafted your strategic plan internally, developed it with a consulting firm, or inherited it from your predecessor, taking an “outside view” of your plan is practically impossible. Confirmation bias and a reluctance to question sunk costs leave a large majority of executives unaware of flaws or unwilling to express doubts.
Our strategy audit provides start-ups, non-profits, philanthropies, and established businesses with a prompt, independent, practical, and affordable evaluation of their strategic plans.
Our strategy audit will allow your organization to candidly discuss and rapidly improve your strategic plan, vastly reducing your risk of wasted resources, internal conflict, damage to relationships with investors or donors, and unsustainable service to customers or beneficiaries.
Schedule a free consultation to discuss a strategy audit for your organization.
What does the audit include?
A written assessment of least 1,500 words, including specific recommendations, of your organization’s strategic plan and relevant financial documents.
A 90-minute video or telephone consultation to review the assessment with up to seven members of your organization’s staff and board.
Who will conduct the audit?
Mitchell Muncy, PROSPERA’s founder and principal.
How long will it take?
Clients can expect to receive our assessment within two weeks of signing an agreement and submitting their strategic plan and financials. The consultation will take place as soon as possible after we submit our assessment.
What will it cost?
Our scaled fee ranges from $3,200 for organizations whose budget is $3 million or less, to $10,000 for organizations whose budget is $10 million or more.
Full payment is due at the time an agreement is signed and is not refundable.