One Page Plans: A strategic planning book for organizational leaders
Learn secrets to getting your team on the same page in this FREE 60-minute read.
Overwhelmed by planning processes that are needlessly complex?
Feeling like your team is reacting too slowly to internal or external challenges?
Looking for ways to lead that actually help you accomplish organizational goals?
This book quickly shows you how to inspire your team with:
Remove the noise by creating plans that include only what is essential.
Drastically cut down on the time required to align your team on the way forward.
Take the “busy work” out of planning by remaining focused on desired outcomes.
What People Are Saying
“Chaz has three speeds: fast, faster and fastest. He facilitates an environment where difficult situations can be throughly investigated and alternatives evaluated in a methodical and fair process.”
CFO, Certified Tracking Solutions
“Chaz elicits from people the not-so-obvious ideas and resolutions. And he does it in a way that doesn’t leave you spinning wheels, but always moving forward to the end goal - the solution.”
CEO, Atlantic Chamber of Commerce
"Chaz is a first-rate strategist, collaborator, and an accomplished facilitator. His education, experience, and diverse background affords him a unique lens while navigating complex business and organizational challenges.”
President, Haylo Communications
About the Author
Chaz Thorne, MBA
COMPETITIVE STRATEGIST & PLANNER
My work stems from the belief that organizations can and should move faster. While management research warns against "top-down" decision-making, you still need to get things done, and many leaders struggle with balancing collaboration and speed.
You can have both.
At OnePagePlans.ca, we help you rapidly create simple yet effective strategic plans to conquer your toughest organizational roadblocks. We've done this work for non-profits (Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Right to Play) and corporations (Stantec, Weston Foods, Sun Life, GFL).
I am an MBA graduate of both the Kellogg School of Management and Schulich School of Business, a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF - International Association of Facilitators), and a certified Solution-Focused Coach through Erickson International (ESFCD).