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Ian Chamandy

Ian Chamandy interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

blueprint, strategy, planning

Ian Chamandy, Co-founder of Blueprint Business Architecture, helps clients map out the success of their organization. Ian believes that the traditional strategic planning process is flawed, so his organization started looking at strategic planning in a different way. They created a Blueprint to help clients find out who they are, where they’re going and how they’re going to get there. In this interview, Ian shares how to identify your business blueprint in seven words or less and gives tips to help keep your business plan alive.


Cliff Korman

Cliff Korman interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Urban Architect and Designer

“Without the urban design, you cannot create the architecture.” Discussing the balance of community and urban development is Cliff Korman, Senior Partner, Architect and Planner of Kirkor Architects & Planners. Running through the thousands of considerations in an architectural project, Cliff Korman uses two of his recent projects as examples: the Bell TIFF Lightbox and the Hull Centre. This award-winning architect shares his thoughts on ‘smart growth’ and urban intensification with examples of enhancements benefiting community needs. Cliff Korman reveals the steps in building a collaborative planning process.


Nick and Judy Hughes

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Small Business Coaches

Helping small businesses grow exceptional business, Nick and Judi Hughes founders of Your Planning Partners, discuss the importance of being clear and practical in a strategic plan. Starting with the importance of a vision statement, they trace the steps to successful business planning through a 3-year picture, Gap analysis, and 1-year goal. Nick and Judi Hughes reveal the 6 key actions for strategic growth, and discuss the difference between urgent, and important.