Developing a plan for a new business (or even for an exiting one) can be a messy process. There are many things to consider and often the process of developing the plan involves juggling lots of ideas and pieces of the plan. This template is intended to help an entrepreneur organize all of the many ideas. One way to do it is to write each question on a sheet of paper and then spread the sheets out on the kitchen table. Then as ideas come up or answers are found, write them on the appropriate sheet. After while, as the sheets fill up, you will start seeing the best path for the organization.
Strong background in non-profit management with additional expertise in marketing, training and development, and project management. Certified Downtown manager with over 15 years of experience in design, economic development, and promotion for both individual businesses and communities. Trained in information and referral services, career counseling and relocation assistance, with MS in Human Resources and Development. Additional expertise in retail management, customer service, business communication, and building consensus.
MS, Human Resources Development, University of Central Texas, formerly American Technological University, Killeen, TX, 1987. BA, Asian Studies, Wheaton College, 1976. Certified Main Street Manager, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2002