How urgent are the needs (goals) that I want to satisfy with a planning decision and the activities that follow it?
What are the chances of actually achieving the goals?
How great is the need for security on my part or on the part of my stakeholders?
Systematic forward and backward planning are enormously helpful in answering these three questions. If the forward planning of our everyday logic of "taking the first step before the second" follows in order to achieve the goal after about the fifth step, concentrated backward planning requires a very clearly defined or presented goal. If one has this in mind, one can answer the question – through reverse thinking – of which actions the desired goal and/or its partial goals probably (would) entail.
Why are all these considerations important in order to achieve robust planning plausibility checks?
Because to a certain extent they form the theoretical superstructure for the rather technical, standardized approach, which is primarily a very transparent calculation and risk quantification task based on facts and figures.
You can read here ( download flyer) how we solve this task in your interest and in your favour. As a result, we provide you and your company with a robust basis for negotiations and to secure your financing – comprehensible, valid and convincingly documented.