Corporate Strategic Consulting Firm, Method Frameworks, Now Offering Complimentary Evaluations

Posted by admin on June 4, 2010

Method FrameworksSM introduces free 2-hour corporate strategic planning process evaluations for companies interested in expert advice. Request your evaluation at

Plano, TX (PRWEB) June 1, 2010 – Method Frameworks, a Texas-based corporate strategic consulting firm, recently announced the introduction of a complimentary 2-hour strategic planning process evaluation for companies interested in improving their planning approach.

Under the protection of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), companies can request a professional and confidential evaluation of their strategic planning process.  The no-obligations evaluation covers a variety of issues:

  • Evaluation of strategic goals with guidance around avoiding ambiguity and the importance of measurement.
  • Guidance on the number of strategic goals to have in the corporate plan.
  • Evaluation of operational planning based on strategic program alignment to plan established goals.
  • Evaluation of governance to ensure strategy alignment in operations.
  • Evaluation of accountability relative to plan goals.

“Our hope is that the companies who request this evaluation will gain valuable insight to leverage in their own planning process or to determine if outside consulting can benefit the organization,” remarks Joe Evans, President/CEO of Method Frameworks.

Companies can request a free evaluation by visiting

About Method Frameworks:

Method Frameworks is a corporate strategic consulting and operational planning company that serves some of the nation's largest organizations across a variety of industries with results-driven planning solutions that turn traditionally unproductive planning exercises to operationally valued outcomes. Method Frameworks is known for its proprietary strategic planning process, Plan4™, which reduces uncertainty and delivers predictable outcomes for strategic, operational, and technical planning and initiative implementations.  Learn more about Method Frameworks at

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