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Plan For Success
Amid unprecedented levels of change, your business must continually progress in order to remain competitive. We facilitate speedy and sustainable change
Boost Financial Acumen
A great Finance Director can go way beyond the book-keeping and transform your business. A part-time FD is both realistic and affordable even for smaller organisations
How well do your people understand the business? Building capacity and strength by equipping them with critical business acumen is an investment in future success
Joined up business thinking
We work alongside you as your virtual business partner. We provide wrap-around inspiration, support and expertise for your organisation.
Dot Dot is a finance and business management consultancy based near Liverpool. We provide vital capacity, support and inspiration to ambitious organisations who wish to grow or change.
We work with you as a ‘virtual business partner’ – providing part-time finance director services and business consultancy support. We also provide training, facilitation and board development in critical business and finance acumen.
We specialise in organisations within the private, public and not-for-profit sectors that serve people or have a social purpose – for example, housing associations & co-ops; charities; social enterprises; health and social care companies; training and consultancy companies; infrastructure bodies; clubs, membership and networking organisations.
Our mission is to transform your organisation by making it more sustainable and effective. We help you to achieve this without compromising the ‘essence’ of what your business is all about.
Joined-up business thinking is second nature to us – hence our name Dot Dot.
What’s on your business to do list?
What does work for me, is incentivising my to do list. I try to think about the burden lifted, the problem solved, the emotional or material reward that the completion of a task will bring
I came across this article in the Harvard Business Review today – Make Your To Do List Work. Speaking as a reformed (well almost) procrastinator, I have tried, and failed with all 3 of the tips offered. ‘Pick the right medium’ for your list, the article suggests. Are you kidding? I have bought enough notebooks […]