Once a month you’ll receive:
The Government just posted an RFQ that is perfectly suited to your business… but your team is currently working at maximum capacity – they cannot take-on all the work of responding to the RFQ.
Hire MOGL to support or manage the interpret-format-create-proof-submit proposal process; keep your team focused on present responsibilities, while MOGL responds to the proposal, filling your pipeline for future opportunities.
You have a vision for growing your business, but funding agencies can’t read your mind – they need a strong, evidence-based strategy before providing a loan. Unfortunately, business planning and pitching for funds are not your area of expertise.
Hire MOGL to listen to your concept then articulate a compelling business strategy / canvas / plan that represents your goals and supports your funding application. MOGL can even accompany you to the pitch, demonstrating strong team expertise (and providing moral support!).
An opportunity just arose to acquire a small business – one that will augment your own. It’s what you’ve been dreaming of and you know what needs to happen, but your current business requires complete attention: there is no capacity to take advantage of this opportunity…
Hire MOGL to execute this acquisition for you. With your top-down direction, let MOGL coordinate the valuation, negotiation, sale, lawyers, accountants, change- management plan, etc… that will make this opportunity a reality, and grow your business.
Your business is expanding, but your software isn’t keeping up and your team is drowning in outdated processes. You know work could be performed far more efficiently – and you know there is a solution… but no-one has the time to research and find it.
Use some MOGL hours to map your core business workflows, identify concerns / opportunities, create a software selection criteria, then research the software that will best meet your needs… MOGL can include your team throughout the process, but relieve them of the burden of “leg-work”.
You have a team of 15 employees and turnover is average – but when someone leaves you can’t afford a full-time HR person to manage the re-hiring/onboarding process. As a result, there is no structure, clear responsibility, accountability or formal process when a new employee joins the team. This leads to confusion and frustration, “gaps” in the new employee’s knowledge and even exposes you to liability claims.
Use some MOGL hours to create an easy-to-follow (and track) system for onboarding new employees. MOGL will gather all of your documents ever used to onboard new employees, organize the information, identify and fill procedural gaps, then create an easy-to-follow structure that everyone follows each time a new person joins the team. Structures can be basic checklists, or online shared team documents. This is a simple process that few employers focus on: yet doing so will relieve pressure on your team and impress the new hire when they join!
Your business strategy should never be “set in stone” – it should consistently be assessed against client, competitive, environmental, societal and technological influences of your industry. Yet, do you have the time to conduct a full, 10,000ft-analysis of your strategic position, performance, potential and direction? Do you know which tools can help you make important business decisions? Most small business owners do not.
Work with MOGL to conduct a formal strategic analysis of your business – receive the important information that you need to make decisions, while delegating the research to MOGL. Feel confident knowing that successful frameworks (such as Porter’s Five Forces, Benchmarking, Balanced Scorecard, Growth-Share and Nine-Box matrices) will be used.
As a solo entrepreneur, decision-making can be tough. The responsibility for “being right” (or the consequences for getting it wrong) is daunting and a heavy weight to carry alone.
Keep MOGL on-call to discuss business ideas, get someone to play devil’s advocate, give a second opinion, high-five your highs and commiserate in any lows. Having an on-call business lifeline can be a critical success factor for entrepreneurs.