Our goal is simple – to be the ideal choice for a developing company. We help
expand your world and look beyond the horizon, and we provide sound advice to support your major business decisions.
We work with both small and large companies engaged in a variety of business areas. Alongside Estonian companies, our clients include companies operating in the Baltic states. We serve these clients in cooperation with our Latvian and Lithuanian colleagues. We also have the competence to provide services on an international scale; we form a part of the international Grant Thornton advisory network and are able to rely on the know-how and experience of colleagues in more than 135 countries.
- The 6-box model was developed for medium-sized and owner-managed companies, but it is suitable for all companies.
- The 6-box model is very practical and easy to use.
- The model helps companies to map the current situation, set plans for the future, identify factors and challenges that hinder the achievement of goals.
The variety of companies is endless, and the number of ways for making a company grow is about as big.
That’s why as business advisers, we can’t provide onesize-fits-all formulas, but rather solutions that are just right for your company.
We have to get to know the field in which you operate and your company’s specifics, understanding what your goals are – as well as the possible obstacles on the way to fulfilling those goals.
We conduct what we call a 6-box interview. It takes up to two hours and as the name indicates, we focus on six areas.
The interview helps us understand your company’s needs, and then we put in place your priorities and write down the solutions that emerge. We then agree on further activities. If necessary, we will conduct a workshop with your management team in order to draft a more detailed action plan. The 6-box interview also helps us think outside the box.
The 6-box interview helps you:
- analyse the current situation of your company,
- set future plans,
- highlight the challenges and factors that hinder achieving your goals.
6-box interview creates a foundation on which you can establish a plan, and then put it into motion. We then help you to stay on the right course.
Contact your account manager to agree on a time for your 6-box interview!
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A critical thinking space for business owners.
The Owner’s Room gives owners time and space to think critically about their role and provides a framework designed to bring clarity to their ambitions.
Leadership research shows that clarity will do more to unlock the discretionary effort of your key stakeholders – the people who have the greatest impact on delivering your goals – than anything else.
As an owner, it is critical that you provide your stakeholders – whether that is other owners, family members, the board, management team, customers or employees – with clarity about your values, your ambitions and their role in achieving these.
However, we recognise that addressing the day-to-day demands of owning a business makes it difficult to prioritise time to reflect on your role as an owner.
That is why we developed the Owner’s Room.
During an Owner’s Room session, you will be guided through a thought provoking discussion covering four core areas:
- Your ownership journey so far
- Where the business is today and your assumptions about the future
- Your ownership goals and when you want achieve them
- The importance of leadership and bringing clarity to your stakeholders
The Owner’s Room is a dedicated, stimulating and interactive space for a facilitated discussion where you will be able to think critically and reflect on your ownership issues and ambitions.
You can benefit from the Owner’s Room at any stage in your ownership lifecycle.
However, it is particularly useful when you need help managing the opportunities and challenges of responding to change, eg a change of leadership or owner.
For further details or to book an Owner’s Room session, please send us an inquiry or speak to your local Grant Thornton adviser.