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  • 1. Compare & Contrast2 Contemporary Planningissues
    By Armando Rodriguez
    IP2 PLANNING
    THOMAS GILBERTSON
  • 2. Managers face new and exciting challenges everyday but lack various types of planning.
    In this presentation you will be able to review two Contemporary Planning Techniques and will be able to grasp the emphasis on the implication of both of these techniques not only for managers but for the organizations as well.
    You will be able to distinguish which technique is better for the work place and be able to understand why.
    You will also be able to understand why the technique would not work within the workplace.
    Agenda
  • 3. A one time only set of activities that has a definite beginning and ending point of time.
    The task of getting a project ‘s activities done on time, within budget, and according to specification
    Identify all required activities, materials, and labor
    Determine the sequence of completion
    PROJECT MANAGER
  • 4. Define Objective
    Identify activities and resources
    Establish sequences
    Estimate time for activities
    Determine project
    Completion date
    Compare with objectives
    Determine additional resources requirement
    Project Planning Process
  • 5. A consistent view of what the future is likely to be.
    An attempt not trying to predict the future but to reduce uncertainly by playing out potential situations under different scenarios.
    It allows managers to determine in advance what action they will take
    Scenario planning is different than others
    It’s a planning tool for what if
    Scenario Planning
  • 6. The project management technique since I am in retail management.
    This technique allows employees to specific projects.
    It also involves managers hands on the project
    Also coordinates time to complete the project.
    Would recommend it to other managers
    Best technique in workplace