When you build something, you need to have a building plan. As it is with buildings, so it is with businesses. If you are interested in growing your construction business, you need to make sure that you have a good business growth strategy. This is the only reliable way of ensuring that your construction business will not just survive, but thrive, in a competitive field.
By carefully working through all the necessary segments, we will create comprehensive Strategic, Financial and Business plans.
- Identifying and capitalizing on strengths and opportunities
- Discovering and mitigating weaknesses and threats
- Setting short and long-term goals and milestones
- Constructing and implementing a 3-year Strategic Growth Plan
- Developing an extensive Financial Plan
- Creating a comprehensive Business Plan
- Controlling results with KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)
- Increasing revenues by 16% and cash by $456K (per the construction model used in the course)
Who Should Attend:
Every manager who contributes to your company’s success and growth will benefit from this course: owners, department and division managers, project managers and coordinators, field supervisors, estimators, administrators, senior accountants, controllers and Gold Seal candidates.
Gold Seal Credits: 1
Note: the comprehensive course manual filled with the methods and strategies is included for your future reference.
You are so sincere and compassionate in your delivery. Now I understand why accountants do what they do and that their goals are to help contractors improve their businesses.
Thanks for helping us understand how much cash is needed to start a project, how each employee’s actions impact profitability and how simple factors can be used to assess and control overhead costs.
For over 35 years Wayne served in senior financial leadership roles and worked with companies throughout Canada, the United States and the Caribbean. His experiences and expertise, shared with many companies, has helped owners, managers, employees and businesses grow. In doing so, he has amassed a library of knowledge on what makes a successful contracting company.