You are responsible for the strategic business decisions that ensure the enduring success of your organization. The scope, nature, and timing of your strategic business decisions connect the organizational performance to that of customers, regulators, partners and shareholders. The range of potential decisions and investments is wide, so zeroing in on where, why and when to take action matters. You need insight and well-crafted recommendations to ensure success.

Jonova will deliver insights to support strategic decisions:

  • Risk Management, Contingency Planning and Opportunity Analysis: identify and evaluate the risks, trade-offs, opportunities and threats and plan to stay ahead of the market
  • Strategy Assessment and Planning: understand and quantify which business, market, and technology forces will be industry game changers
  • Investment Prioritization and Funding Allocation: with economic turbulence, emerging markets, globalization, institutional distrust, consumer-centric technology, and vast sociological and demographic changes all pointing to a radically different business environment from the recent past, identify the focal points for strategic investment and fund the activity that drives optimal overall profitability
  • Performance Management: define, monitor and optimize results to achieve departmental objectives, as well as strategic objectives across multiple organizational levels. Drive the definition of the enterprise metrics framework and enable the processes that connect strategy to execution.

Jonova enables you to develop scenarios for decision making, weighing possible futures against one another and gaining informed insight about how each one might play out. You will be able to analyze and understand business disruptions — are they cyclical, intense, frequent, global, local — and look for opportunities for competitive advantage and leadership.

Jonova will help you align your strategic business decisions to objectives along three time horizons:

  • Today: survive the global recessionary economy and specifically contain costs while prepping for growth
  • Next year: return your business to a state of growth or progress
  • Long term: adapt to new normal business conditions and objectives to power your company ahead for the next 2-15 years