Business at the speed of sound
Why we created the JETS Business Operating System
Research shows that 77% of returns to investors come from sales and operations improvements, not financial engineering. Many strategies fail due to poor execution. Whether its due to the strategy being developed in a vacuum without getting input from those who will execute it, or because a well thought out strategy never gets an accompanying execution plan to ensure it is accomplished. Conversely, many companies simply start "executing" without a sound strategy. Neither scenario achieves optimum results.
Fox Three's JETS Business Operating System consists of several phases to build the initial strategy and business plan. However, unlike most business plans it doesn't then get placed on the shelf to accumulate dust... we connect it to our proprietary execution system to support the management team's efforts to ensure optimum execution. Also built into the execution system is a process to update and refine the business strategy to prevent it from becoming stale or out of date. This produces a "structured but flexible" approach, which is one of the key tenets of the JETS Business Operating System.
JETS is not a mandatory system that we force on our partner companies. We employ a “Wingman Mentality” by offering JETS training and support to management teams, then being available 24/7 to be a resource through any business challenges and opportunities where they want our expertise. This is why the words "Joint Execution" are in the name... we don't sit on the board and criticize management; we become a true partner. Among other things, JETS supports our companies through a proven, repeatable, and sustainable strategy and execution framework that clearly links strategy to execution to ensure everyone in the company understands what success looks like and how we're trying to achieve it.
Common JETS focus areas include:
Many other firms similar to Fox Three claim to provide support in these ways. However, this "support" is often (1) minimal, (2) not provided in a comprehensive, dynamic, and executable framework like JETS, (3) in the form of a dictatorial relationship where firms don't empower the management to accomplish their goals.
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