ZweigWhite Offers Successful Business Retreat Planning Guide

Caught up in the day-to-day hustle, it can be a challenge to see the forest for the trees. That's why market research firm ZweigWhite, Natick, Mass., has put out the "Insider's Guide to Strategic Business Planning," which outlines the necessary steps for planning a successful business retreat.

07/16/2002


Caught up in the day-to-day hustle, it can be a challenge to see the forest for the trees. That's why market research firm ZweigWhite, Natick, Mass., has put out the "Insider's Guide to Strategic Business Planning," which outlines the necessary steps for planning a successful business retreat.

Some suggestions included in the guide are:

  • Choose the right participants.

  • Plan the retreat away from the office.

  • Poll employees prior to the retreat to get a sense of company morale and what issues should be addressed.

  • Distribute the agenda prior to the retreat.
    In addition to retreat planning tips, the guide also details the strategic business planning process. For more information about the guide, visit ZweigWhite at www.zweigwhite.com .





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