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Strategic Operational Solutions, Inc. - STOPSO

Vienna, Virginia

Strategic Operational Solutions, Inc. - STOPSO logo
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Strategic Operational Solutions, Inc. - STOPSO

Vienna, Virginia

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STOPSO is an IT strategy and management consulting firm. We work with our clients to define their strategic goals, enhance operational capabilities and empower them with transformational solutions. We are a Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), and a graduate of the certified Small Business Administration 8(a) Program.

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Provide credible, original content in as many forms as possible.

Provide valuable, timely information to the user, not lots of data.

Use graphics sparingly to convey information.

Be easy to read.

Have a secure and automated server.

After the first question, the others can be asked based on where the Customer wants to go;

1. What are the objectives? How do you define success?

Follow up with others as needed:
If the project doesn't succeed, what are the implications?
Why is this project so important? What is the case for change?
What are the key milestones? What are the most important dates?
What are the most important decisions that need to be made? What will prevent us from making those decisions?
What are the biggest obstacles to getting this done?
Who are the key stakeholders? Who's the owner/sponsor? Who influences but doesn't own? Who has the potential to be an obstacle?
What are the project's greatest assets?
How can we best leverage those assets?
What are the most important areas we should always focus on?
How much risk are you willing to take to accomplish this?
What barriers have you encountered in the past about this issue?
What keeps you up at night about this?
What topics haven't we discussed? What topics would you rather not discuss?
What is your personal passion about this project? What will this mean to you when we succeed?

No two days at my job are the same. I work with some great people who want to succeed, but they also have a great sense of service.

Our Leaders start with Customers and work backwards as often as possible. We want Customers to trust us . We pay attention to competitors, but truly want to learn to obsess over our Customers.

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