Strategy & Planning
You only really have an effective strategy
when you know what you’re not going to do.
Loving the problem
We will always spend time on the problem you need solving, looking at it from different angles. Jump to the solution too quickly, and you’ll create something that will topple over to easily.
Business, charities and public services like the way we ask challenging questions, review what has happened before, map intelligence on what is working elsewhere and look at the data in depth.
Building a roadmap
When you have the evidence, the fun really begins.
We’ve used our planning and strategy tools with over 350 businesses since 2015, building logical, ambitious, practical and achievable roadmaps – that are written in plain English, with colourful design that you want to immerse yourself in.
We don’t create anything to gather dust in a drawer.
Making the case
Good strategies are inclusive of all stakeholders’ needs, and plans are clear about exactly who is doing what (and what success looks like).
We’ve helped write strategies that have unlocked £millions of funding, shaped national policy, turned around struggling companies and given entrepreneurs a new lease of life. Whatever case you need to make, or change you need to engineer – we’ll get you there.
always possible take the time to really understand the needs of your organisation and to be clear about the outcomes required
Paul Mitchell, Sussex Council of Training Providers
always possible helped us with our strategic plan, which was an immensely useful time together. Platforms for speaking and discussions in real life, and with podcast opportunities, have been really good too.
Adam Muirhead, Institute for Youth Work
The Chair and Trustees were very pleased with the final strategy and it’s now up on our website and we’ve been launching it yesterday and today.
I’d like to thank you all for your work on this.
James Parry, UK Research Integrity Office
Strategy in action
NEWS: UKRIO launches 4-year strategyFollowing a 6-month project with always possible, the UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) have launched their new 4-year strategy. UKRIO is an impressive and well-respected national charity. Their work underpins high quality...
NEWS: Quick questions on your dream business course What sort of one day business course would you design?always possible is working with a university to design a new breed of short business courses. These will draw on knowledge from global experts in branding,...
Case Study: Mentoring & AdviceTaking Teaching Further ContextThe Sussex Council of Training Providers (SCTP) is a local member network of FE, skills & work-based learning providers, strategic partners and associate organisations. SCTP has nearly 100...
BLOG: always possible + the Sussex tourism story always possible events and facilitation team enlisted to help shape conversations about tourism in West Sussex.When you think of a holiday in West Sussex, what do you think of? In Dorset, there are miles of the Jurassic...
We don't work with everyone. Why? always possible Business Support Lead, Sam Hawkins, explains. To some, business support feels like a bit of a dark art. Every relationship between business and consultant involves commercial secrecy, frank conversations / critical...
It's International Woman's Day again. Just 24 hours to celebrate equality? One of always possible's core beliefs is that we should always do everything we can to walk the walk. Our role is to help businesses and public services to look up and look out, to prepare for...