ThinkWay Introduces Virtual Strategy Sprints to Get Businesses Going Again

MADISON, WI, April 21, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ —

The Time Is Now
Many businesses are facing an existential threat. For some, it’s already too late. Economic advisors are warning the reboot needs to start now because all indications are that waiting too long will plummet the country into an unprecedented depression.

The Need Is Urgent
Leaders need to rethink many aspects of how to start up and do business going forward and they need to do it now. We give them the strategy tools they need to succeed with a team working remotely.

An Approach For Leaders With Time & Distancing Challenges
Instead of a traditional strategy development effort with all-day team meetings, leaders develop necessary strategies in a series of seven short, collaborative, virtual meetings called sprints.

Capabilities For A Workforce Working Remotely
The ThinkPoints strategy web app was built to accommodate a distributed workforce. Combined with the new sprint process and video conferencing, team members can discuss, contribute and build a strategy together while working remotely.

Take Action Now
For more information on how to use the new strategy sprint process to create and execute the strategies you need, go to thinkwaystrategies.com.

About Us: Your Success Matters
Leaders in businesses large and small across all industries face a wide variety of complex, difficult challenges. Strategic thinking is more important now than ever before. ThinkWay enables clients with strategy capabilities and tools to focus and align their teams, accomplish their goals, and grow their business. ThinkWay is a small business with big business roots serving small and big businesses alike across many industries. We provide the leading strategy development methodology, the exclusive ThinkPoints strategy web app, and our extensive experience helping organizations be successful in achieving their goals.


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