Strategic Planning: A Practical Guide for a Profitable Construction Company

Monday, November 30 and Tuesday, December 1

9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Online via webinar

 

COURSE OVERVIEW

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 thrive in this competitive field.

For that growth, you need a strategic plan to make better than average profits, expand your capacity, ensure success and build a better company. By methodically working through all the necessary segments, we will create a Strategic Growth Plan and use it as the basis for creating a Business Plan and developing a Financial Plan.

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Identifying and capitalizing on strengths and opportunities
  • Discovering and mitigating weaknesses and threats
  • Creating actionable strategies
  • Developing extensive 3-year financial plans
  • Creating comprehensive 3-year business plans
  • Crafting and implementing Strategic Growth Plans
  • Potential of Increasing revenues and profits (per the construction model used in the course)

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Every manager can benefit from this course
  • Owners
  • Department and division managers
  • Project managers and coordinators
  • Field supervisors
  • Estimators
  • Administrators
  • Senior accountants and controllers

 

To register, please click the link below.


Instructor: Wayne Newell

Bio: With over 35 years financial and construction experience, Wayne Newell has amassed a library of knowledge on what makes a successful contracting business. Since 2003, he has been presenting his exclusive contracting seminars in most major Canadian cities. He was awarded his CMA in 1972.


NLCA member cost: $289.00 plus hst; MNL Rate: $339.15 plus hst; Non-Member Rate: $399.00 plus hst

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Guest Speaker: Wayne Newell

Topic: Strategies