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GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
GM-System Strategic Planning
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GM-System Strategic Planning


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tutorial based on
DM214 Strategic planning course.
A quick way to get a plan in place without a lot of fuss

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  • 1.
  • 2. Purpose
    • Discuss “Strategic Planning” in burst mode (less than 20 slides).
    • Outline “What to do”
    • Discuss Companies who did not have critical items in their Strategic Plan
    • Examples:
    • Aerospace - Fairchild Republic
    • Semiconductor - Mostek
    • Automotive – Chrysler
  • 3. Development Planning Process Model Studies Planning Programming Budgeting Implementation Evaluation Researches Situation Analysis Project Preparation Goals Objectives Targets Policies Strategies Program Project Identification Investment Programming Budgeting Implementation and Monitoring Evaluation and Plan Update Feedback Loop
  • 4. It has 8 steps
    • Situational analysis
    • Goal/ objective/ target setting
    • Policy/ strategy formulation
    • Program/ project identification
    • Investment programming
    • Budgeting
    • Implementation and monitoring
    • Evaluation and plan update
  • 5. Situational Analysis
    • - require the conduct of survey and research studies
    • - the survey calls for the gathering of socio cultural, demographic, economic, physical and natural data and information in the environment
    • - shall also be undertaken indicating root and present performances, programs and projects, manpower resources, budget and buildings, facilities and equipment
    • - the data are analyzed and projected in order to identify issues and parameters, constraints and problems, and resources and opportunities which are used as inputs in planning.
  • 6. Setting of goals, objectives and targets
    • - a goal is a broad statement of an image of the future the organization seeks to achieve.
    • - objectives which emanates from the goal, refers to medium-range expectation which is pursued to satisfy the goal
    • - target is the most specific statement of purpose which is measurable and achievable.
  • 7. Policies and Strategies
    • - framed, more specific policy statements and strategies formulated for each area of concern to as social, economic, physical, political and developmental administrative aspects for a particular period.
  • 8. Program and Project Identification
    • - in order to effectively channel resources to development programs and projects considered strategic in the over all attainment of goal.
    • - prioritization of program and project is done through the conduct of feasibility studies to a listing of priorities viewed as responsive to the development needs of the people.
  • 9. Budgeting
    • - the costing of identified priority program and projects.
    Implementation Actual carrying out of funded priority programs and projects by concerned offices and individuals of the organization or the sectoral agency of government
  • 10. Planning Premises
    • Plan to plan
    • Expectations of major outside interest
    • Expectations of major inside interest
    • The data base
    • Evaluation of the environment and the company
  • 11. Planning Premises are divided into two types:
    • Plan-to-plan and gathering substantive information needed in the development.
        • - substantive planning premises consist of 4 sub-steps of data gathering known as corporate appraisal or credit.
        • 1. Collection of expectations of major outside interest groups, namely, society, community, stockholders, customers, suppliers and creditors.
        • 2. Generation of expectation of major inside interest group like managers, employees and staff.
        • 3. Collection of data about the past performances of the company, its current situation and the future.
        • 4. Analysis of strengths and witness of the organization and threats and opportunities in the environment.
  • 12. Implementation of the programs
    • 5 - Covers the entire range of managerial activities such matters as invitation, compensation, management appraisal and control processes.
  • 13. Formulating Plans
    • 6. Master and program strategies
    • 7. Medium-range programming and programs
    • 8. Short-range planning and plans
  • 14. Implementation and Review
    • 9. Implementation of plans
    • 10. Review and evaluation of plans
  • 15. Gap Analysis
      • - identification of gaps between the current organizational performance and the desired future
      • - to facilitate allocation of resources and identify possible trouble spots
  • 16. Contingency Planning
      • - developed as a response to unanticipated factors in the planning process
      • - initiation of several tactical and operational plans
      • - information from DM214 Strategic Planning Course
  • 17. Implementation and Continuous Improvement
    • Derive tactical and operational plans
    • Make / buy / obtain resources
    • Implement
    Continuous improvement / formative evaluation
    • Determine effective and efficiency. Revise / improve as required
  • 18. Examples of Strategic Plan
        • See workbook for what was missing in the three sample strategic plans that led to the demise of these companies.
        • Questions and Answers Session .
        • If you can’t put your plan down on a piece of paper where are you? Nowhere
  • 19. About :
        • Strategic Consulting, including business plan strategic plans & sales strategy development for high technology products, acquisitions and partnership.
        • Proposal support, critique, evaluation and generation
        • Failure analysis of thin film and thick film resistors, integrated circuits and board level problems
        • Electronic Design engineering and software support
        • Technology review and research for consumer electronics, internet devices, solar energy, MEMS, nanotechnology, microelectronics, SMT, and health care software products.