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    PLANNING PLANNING Presentation Transcript

    • Presented by-medha agarwal
    • PLANNING How To Best Meet Your MissionWe must plan for the future,because people who stay in thepresent will remain in the past. Abraham Lincoln
    • The plan fights for the freedom of speech , governmenttransparency and to promote personal growth !To achieve this , anonymous uses a team effort to utilizeour weapons of viral education , valid facts & resources , & encouraging unity and tolerance .Together , we will accomplish a far more sustainablesociety build around growing & informed knowledgenetwork & living under a new , limited , transparentgovernment system . What is the plan ?
    • A business plan is any plan that works for abusiness to look ahead, allocate resources, focuson key points, and prepare for problems andopportunities. Unfortunately, many people thinkof business plans only for starting a newbusiness or applying for business loans. But theyare also vital for running a business, whether ornot the business needs new loans or newinvestments. Businesses need plans to optimisegrowth and development according to priorities. What is a Business Plan?
    • What is Corporate Planning? Corporate planning often ends with ahastily prepared business plan, preparedto satisfy debt or equity funding sources.While a plan prepared in such a way maymeet its immediate objectives, it is nearworthless as a sound operations planningtool.
    • WHAT IS STRATEGIC PLANNING?Strategic Planning is a management toolthat helps an organization focus its energy,to ensure that members of the organizationare working toward the same goals, toassess and adjust the organizationsdirection in response to a changingenvironment.In short, strategic planning is a disciplinedeffort to produce fundamental decisions andactions that shape and guide what anorganization is, what it does, and why itdoes it, with a focus on the future.
    •  Be familiar with the components of strategic plan . Construct a priority setting tool . Create an action plan .Objective of strategic planning :
    • Strategic Goals and Plans Strategic Goals pertain to the entire organization (not specific divisions and departments). Strategic Plans define the action steps the company will use to attain strategic goals.
    • Goal Characteristics Be specific and measurable ◦ Quantitive Terms Cover key result areas ◦ Contribute most to company performance Be challenging but realistic Be for a defined time period. Be linked to rewards.
    • A tactical plan is concerned with whatthe lower level units within each divisionmust do, how they must do it, and who isin charge at each level. Tactics are themeans needed to activate a strategy andmake it work. Tactical Plan
    • Tactical Goals and Plans Tactical Goals apply to middle management and describe what major subunits must do to to enable the organization to meet its strategic goals. Tactical Plans: ◦ Help execute major Strategic Plans. ◦ Cover a shorter period of time.
    • Along with your Action and Monitoring Plans the Operational Plan is the third part of your completed Strategic Plan. It defines how you will operate in practice to implement your action and monitoring plans – what your capacity needs are, how you will engage resources, how you will deal with risks, and how you will ensure sustainability of the project’s achievements.Operational Plan
    •  Operational Goals: the specific results expected of small units, workgroups, and individuals. Operational Plans: developed at the lower levels of an organization to specify actions required to achieve operational goals and to support tactical plans.Operational Goals and Plans
    •  Single-use plans are developed to achieve objectives that are not likely to be repeated in the future. Single-use plans include programs, budgets and projects. ◦ Standing plans are used to provide guidance for tasks performed repeatedly within the organization. The primary standing plans are organizational policies, rules, and proceduresTypes of Plans
    •  Long term & Short term Formal & Informal Plans Proactive & Reactive Plans Strategic & Operational PlansOther Types Of Plans