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    • Presented by Somdatt Verman
    • PLAN a set of actions that have been thought of as a way to do or achieve something.  : something that a person intends to do. PLANNING Planning involves the creation and maintenance of a plan. As such, planning is a fundamental property of intelligent behavior. This thought process is essential to the creation and refinement of a plan, or integration of it with other plans; that is, it combines forecasting of developments with the preparation of scenarios of how to react to them.
    •        Determine situation Evaluate goals/objectives Assess risk Create Plan Implement plan Review and revise plan Control (if something missing in plan)
    • As a product and service company they have to do planning in several area such as..  Production – raw material planning, process planning, inventory planning, product planning etc.    Marketing – sales and demand forecasting, market analysis, customers segmentation, targeting and positioning planning etc. Financing – budgetary planning, fund planning, share & debt planning etc. Human resource management – manpower resource planning, recruitment planning, compensation ,salary, work design planning. training and development program planning etc.
    •  The plan doesn’t execute the program  it certainly doesn’t fight for the equipment and people that are necessary to succeed.  However, to say it is nothing is an overstatement. It is a tool that you can use to justify your requests and it does provide the baseline against which you can measure your performance.
    •  define the problem you are going to solve. Once you understand the problem, determine how you will go about the development: what resources (people, capital, expense, etc.) will be required and when. When done properly you should be able to track the design, development, validation, documentation, manufacturing plan, and quality plan back to every requirement and even the vaguest marketing requests. You should also look at every aspect of the effort to determine what the biggest risks are and define mitigation plans for them.  The planning activity is the foundation upon which your project will run. You and your team owe it to yourselves and your company to take those vague marketing requests and turn them into a well defined architecture with the requirements fleshed out and defined in as much detail as possible
    •  The successes all had one thing in common; we were able to go through the planning exercise properly. The failures also had one thing in common; we didn’t go through the planning exercise properly. We either took short cuts in planning or disregarded the recommendations that came out of planning.  life happens so don’t get too attached to your plan because as soon as you hit print it will be out of date. You have to be flexible and ready to adjust your plan on the fly, proper planning will allow you to do this.
    • THANK YOU