Value Planning is Exit Planning

Strategic, annual, and quarterly plans get built—and ignored—all the time. With Value Scout, you can assign each initiative a target value and align your goals against long-term value creation in bite-sized increments. When true value is assigned to initiatives, it becomes much easier to keep your eye on the prize: a successful exit

The Value Recon Algorithm™

Sick of guess work derailing your long-term value plans? Value Scout’s Value Recon Algorithm™ assigns an accurate value to each initiative in just a few clicks. Our system makes it easier to reach your value milestones and gain momentum toward your value creation targets.

Quarterly & Annual Planning with Value Targets Baked In

Once you’ve determined your value growth targets and your value gap, Value Scout helps you turn them into an achievable strategy to get there. Turn long-range plans into annual goals and quarterly rocks. Assign each initiative a target value and align your leadership team against long-term value creation in bite-sized increments.

Tracking & Accountability

Easily track ALL progress in context to quickly determine if your team is on track or if they’re struggling. With the Value Scout planning toolset, all this data is front and center—resulting in a proactive, agile team.

Timeline & Kanban Displays

With Value Scout’s customizable display options, you can choose how your annual and quarterly planning initiatives are displayed, making it easier than ever to dive into your data.


Value Scout’s leaderboard displays make it easy to create a competitive environment within your enterprise. You can also quickly and easily provide high-level stats for stakeholders, so value creation is always top of mind.

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