Great Prairie Group’s Growth Audit is a quick check on your plans and rationale for growth. The audit asks critical questions to evaluate areas of strength and weakness as well as help your team improve the success of your growth initiatives. These questions include the following:

  • How strong is your organization’s right to win in its main markets?
  • What is your organization’s track record in growing organically?
  • What is your organization’s track record at entering new markets?
  • How much value has your company created through innovation over the last five years?
  • How effective is your organization at innovation on the whole?
  • How dependent is your organization on M&A for growth?
  • What is your organization’s track record at growing through strategic alliances?
  • What is your company’ growth target over the next five years?
  • What type of growth is your organization targeting?
  • Will the accomplishment of this growth objective close the strategic gap?
  • Is your growth defensible against the competition?
  • What is your path to success?
  • How much will you need to invest?
  • What is the financial attractiveness of the project?

The specificity of your answers will help you determine the level of strength of the strategic rationale supporting your innovation.

Growth Strategy

Driving growth in competitive markets.

Growth strategy is paramount because companies generate shareholder value through profitable growth. The market rewards companies that deliver profitable growth above the median of the S&P 500. However, corporate leaders are met with shrinking opportunities for growth in their highly competitive markets. As a result, growth is not always assured and only one company in ten is able to sustain profitable growth.


The Challenge. The pressure on corporate leaders can be intense as they confront the following issues:

  • How much are we on target to grow this year and next?
  • How much more growth do we need?
  • What type of growth should we target?

Firms have a number of options to reach their business goals, including organic and inorganic growth. Corporate leaders need to decide what is the best fit for the growth objectives of their companies and where they are most likely succeed.

What We Do

We assist clients in the development and execution of their growth strategy
designed to meet business growth targets. What we do for our clients:

Contact Us