Franchising Pathway Audit™
Your questions answered….
What is the Franchising Pathway Audit™?
A focused management questionnaire which gives your franchising team important feedback on your proposed approach and effectiveness in developing or acquiring a franchise network for your business. It considers important aspects such as alignment with business strategy, planning, scope of activities, sourcing and recruitment of prospective franchisees and measuring franchise success. It can help you understand the status of your existing franchise activities or help you plan a new franchising programme or model.
Why use it?
Every organisation which decides to franchise a business needs to develop or acquire a successful franchise business model and system in order to be competitive. All organisations need a structured and targeted franchising approach to ensure maximum value and return for the investment. This cost effective audit reviews your capability or status in these key areas and will help you determine the priority areas for action in order to make your franchising plans more efficient and successful.
How do I use it?
Your management team individually complete a simple on-line survey, taking no longer than thirty minutes. They bring their collective capability and knowledge to the topic area. The results are analysed and presented to highlight key issues and opportunities in your franchising approach.
When is it used?
The Franchising Pathway audit can be used at any time by your organisation to assess your current or planned franchising status and capability.
Where can I find more information?
Franchising Pathway Audits are available through Business Enlightenment and you can find out more by visiting www.business-enlightenment.com . Whether you are a client or a consultant, you will discover all you need to know.
Who creates the audits?
Experienced audit authors, who have senior corporate, consultancy and franchising backgrounds each with over thirty years’ experience of designing and implementing franchising networks and development programmes. Their knowledge and experience is an invaluable resource.