Hone Your Strategy.
Rally Your Team.
Shatter silos and create breakthroughs across your organization in real-time.
Build an interactive and smart strategic plan to promote scalable growth.
Breakthrough delivers more than 80 strategic elements across culture, market intelligence, brand, identity, sales, marketing, customer experience, and human resources.
Develop smart strategies to execute effective growth tactics.
Create your own lists, whiteboards, flowcharts, and more to keep your strategic plan organized and accessible on the fly.
To obliterate mediocrity, complexity, and ambiguity.
To help over 150,000 companies create powerful strategic plans.
Proven methodologies to help build your plan.
Skip the high-priced consultants and blank page workbooks.
We’ve taken the best methodologies for strategic planning and developed smart, progressive exercises enhanced by machine learning to lead you through the development of your strategy.
From identifying personas and value propositions to defining your tagline and positioning statements, these interactive workshops will help put you in a position to win big.
CREATE MY CORE VALUES
Describe a day in the life of the organization in 5 years time:
Suggested core values:
Commenting and messaging allow for collaborative evolution of your strategy.
Collect feedback from your team and collaborate in real-time.
Breakthrough enables cross-functional alignment throughout your organization, working together to solve the complexities of your business.
Cultivate a culture of openness and transparency by ensuring each team members’ ideas are valued and clearly communicated while creating your strategic plan.
Boards enable collaboration with your employees, partners, and investors to align your vision and strategy across your organization.
Consistent communication of your vision and strategy ensures the team stays aligned and focused towards success.
Breakthrough allows you to customize boards with the right information for employee onboarding, marketing teams, investor relations, and more.
Align and inspire the team, brand, and marketing towards a common business outcome.
What is An Ideal Customer Profile and Why Do You Need One?
In the past, market experts have emphasized the concept of settling for realistic goals rather than idealistic ones. This means that marketers have historically set achievable objectives and tapered their expectations in an attempt to minimize losses while maximizing their wins. Though this is undoubtedly good advice, there are times when it pays to be
What Are Rockefeller Habits and How Businesses Can Implement Them
The “Rockefeller Habits” are among the most regarded business strategy frameworks that have been practiced by numerous executives and entrepreneurs for the last 2 decades to make their businesses flourish.After reading the biography, “Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr.,” Verne Harnish, a business coach and the author of “Scaling Up,” became inspired to
Top 10 Strategic Planning Books
Are you looking to master the strategic planning process? Well, Breakthrough has got you covered! Check out our top 10 must-read books on strategy that will guide you to develop a killer strategic plan for your business or company: Strategy Safari by Henry Mintzberg, Joseph Lampel & Bruce Ahlstrand As
Morning Breakthrough: What are BHAGs?
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Morning Breakthrough: Avoid Vanity Values
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How Does Brand Voice Affect Your Marketing Strategy and Conversion Rate?
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