The best option is to balance your ability to respond rapidly with a clear overall strategy.
This will help you decide whether the actions you take are appropriate or not.
Once your business is established and running well, you may be inclined to let things continue to run as they are. After the crucial early stages, you should regularly review your progress, identify how you can make the most of the market position you've established and decide where to take your business next.
You will need to revisit and update your business plan with your new strategy in mind and make sure you introduce the developments you've noted.
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This guide takes you through this essential process, detailing the stages you should go through to assess how well your business is performing, highlighting your strengths and areas that could be improved and suggesting the actions you need to take to implement the improvements that you've identified.
It's easy to focus only on the day-to-day running of your business, especially in the early stages.
Questions you might want to ask include: It's doubtful whether you will be able to answer these questions on your own - involving your professional advisers, your fellow directors and your senior staff will all help to make your review more effective.
A good starting point for your review is to evaluate what you actually do - your core activities, the products that you make, or services that you provide.