Strategic Planning Services
We provide southern Utah nonprofit agencies with strategic planning and consulting services.
Strategic Plan Development
We specialize in helping you create a strategic plan that will not sit on the shelf. Our design and methodology is simple and easy to incorporate.
strategic planning facilitation
Are you looking for a strategic planning event facilitator? We can help with a full plan review or a simple project.
Strategic Business Alignment
When the daily operation of your business is aligned to your Vision, your strategic plan is poised for success.
Market and Demographic Analysis
We do market and demographic analysis to help you understand your current and future markets.
New Strategic Planning Article
Our newest article provides you with six simple steps to effective strategic planning. Download today.
Our Latest Infographic: Shared Vision
Take a look at our Infographic on a Shared Vision. This concept can be very instrumental in your company’s success.
Website Design and Online Strategy
We now offer our clients website design services to align with their strategy.
Clear and Concise Approach
Our strategic plan methodology allows you to focus on what is important.
Ron Woodbury provides businesses and nonprofit agencies with leadership and technical expertise to create and implement strategic business and technology plans, design and deploy websites and eBusiness marketing strategies, improve processes to increase service quality, expand markets, and align and communicate business plans - from “vision to action”. With over 30 years experience providing executive leadership in the financial services industry, most recently serving in the capacity of Chief Information and Administrative Officer, his areas of responsibility included Strategic Technology Leadership, Strategic Planning & Facilitation, Quality Improvement & Management, Risk Management, Facilities & Market Expansion, Facilities Support, Governmental Affairs and General Operations.
Vision, Mission, and Values
Clearly articulated and attainable
Business Process Management and Core Competencies
Managing your Strategy
Recent Business Assignments
We look forward to discussing strategic planning projects specific to your nonprofit agency.
A cornucopia of opinions about business strategy.
Four tips for working with your strategic plan For many agencies, a new year signals the launch of a new strategic planning cycle. Are you ready? Here are four tips to help you bring in the New Year with better teamwork and greater effectiveness: INFORM AND COMMUNICATE Communication is one of the most important elements[…]
If you’re familiar with my methodology, then you will understand how important it is that everyone understands the foundation of your strategic plan. Your plan’s foundation consists of a Vision, Mission, and Core Values. Unless we are the victims of an industry disruption, these elements will remain relatively constant over time. Those familiar with my[…]
One of the most common reasons strategic plans collect more dust than a 20th century set of encyclopedias is complexity. Longwinded business plans; along with buzzwords and irrelevant nomenclature better serve the consultants, rather than your organization. Your organization is better served with a strategic plan with simple solutions, even in this complex world. One[…]
Press Release: Earlier this month, Ron Woodbury Consulting introduced professional website design and strategy for clients in the St. George, Utah area. We understand there are many online strategies available to small businesses and nonprofit agencies. From turn-key templates to 100% customized sites. Our approach is to help identify the right strategy for your company and[…]
The phrase, once coined in my presence, “institutionally cheap”, will always stick. It is just another way of being penny-wise and pound-foolish. There are some aspects of our business that, if done in a less-than-professional manner, can ruin our brand and/or reputation. Most often, they can fall into two categories: Marketing and Technology. Cloud computing[…]
So we have a shared vision. Now what? It is a common mistake to believe that once a company develops a vision of the future (and a few strategic goals) that everything will magically fall into place. Reality check: This isn’t the case. Unfortunately, this expectation also creates various levels of frustration among employees –[…]