Business strategy and development

Developing a business strategy to navigate the changing environment.

New technologies and products have changed the way we do business more in the last twenty years than the previous hundred. Entire industries have arisen and disappeared in a rapidly changing environment that is still accelerating. From the corner store to a media empire, no-one is unaffected, but whoever adapts, survives and thrives.

So how do you navigate your business through interesting times?Developing a business strategy to navigate the changing environment

You have a strategy and someone by your side to help you realise it.

RSM business strategies aren’t documents that are read and filed away. They are adaptive tools that you can put to use every day to keep you focussed on your purpose, deliver on your promise, steer your business on its mission and stay true to its vision.

Business strategy isn’t just about the big picture or outward focus, we can help you with the small things that make huge differences. How to minimise waste, structure your purchasing better, read the signals in the data your business produces every day and recognise the warnings and opportunities the moment they arise.

Business strategy has to be built on good intelligence, and our network of advisers have deep expertise in specific niches as well as a broad understanding of national and local trends. What is over the horizon that is truly disruptive and what is just a fad that will have no real effect? The knowledge and experience of RSM's business advisers will help you sift the signal from the noise, help you understand all your options and assist you in actioning your business strategy.

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Case Study: Physio Group

Case Study: Physio Group

Jasmine Hulls - Practice Principal, Physio Group South-West, WA Strategic advice to build your allied health practice
Your really useful pharmacy budget

Your really useful pharmacy budget

Preparing a budget is a critical step in any business however a majority of business owners simply don’t prepare budgets for their business.
Payroll tax risks to medical practices and allied health providers

Payroll tax risks to medical practices and allied health providers

If you own a medical or allied health practice that engages subcontractors, and you do not pay any payroll tax, you should be aware of these two recent court cases.
Farm machines in a field - Farmers face rising costs

Rising Costs for Farmers in Early 2022

Many farmers are coming off a record year in terms of production and prices, but two months into 2022 and we are seeing a few reality checks already. Rising input costs, strain on the supply chain, and increases in capital purchases are causing frustration among farmers in the agriculture sector.

Why business owners need to get on top of leave balances after lockdowns

With nowhere to go and nothing to do but work, accumulated leave balances have increased dramatically. With borders now open, it’s a great time to encourage staff to take some much-needed time out and use up some of their leave.
Superannuation Contributions and Separation

Superannuation Contributions and Separation

Superannuation could be an important vehicle for couples who have been through a financial separation. Despite frequent changes to its governing rules, superannuation remains, for most people, a tax-effective environment in which to save for retirement.
Why you should always pay your super guarantee on time

Why you should always pay your super guarantee on time

It has been a very tough couple of years for many Australian businesses.
Bank it, Build it, Create it – WA Tourism 2022

Bank it, Build it, Create it – WA Tourism 2022

When the West Australian borders open to international visitors, will your tourism or hospitality business be ready? The WA tourism sector is gearing up to position itself as an international destination of choice in the future.
High seas of allied health - The 5 key tips for navigating through your cashflow storm

High seas of allied health - The 5 key tips for navigating through your cashflow storm

Have you ever heard the expression in business that 'cash is king'? They say this because if you’re a business owner and you don’t have cash, you’ll find that creditors, bankers, and the tax man will come-a-knockin’, and not just for a brew and a chat about the weather!
GPs moving to the cloud; not as many roadblocks as you think?

GPs moving to the cloud; not as many roadblocks as you think?

There is real value in data sharing, real-time collaboration, and interoperability. The modern GP is facing an unprecedented fast-paced world.
How to prepare your business for a crisis

How to prepare your business for a crisis - Stage 4

We have developed the 4 stages to consider in preparing your business for any crisis which can form part of your own Business Readiness Plan. Find out about Stage 4: Bouncing back after crisis below and in case you missed earlier stages find links below to jump back.

How to prepare your business for a crisis - Stage 3

We have developed the 4 stages to consider in preparing your business for any crisis which can form part of your own Business Readiness Plan. Find out about stage 3: Surviving through battle below and keep your eyes peeled as we release stage 4 later this week.
Time to review your business structure?

Time to review your business structure?

No doubt you’ve heard it before; “make sure your business is well structured." 

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