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Basic Planning - Importance of a Plan

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This is to show how planning is important and what are the basic concepts, not to mention it is only for beginners to understand what is planning. There are more about planning like the Life cycle and other details that is not added in this presentation.

This is to show how planning is important and what are the basic concepts, not to mention it is only for beginners to understand what is planning. There are more about planning like the Life cycle and other details that is not added in this presentation.

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Basic Planning - Importance of a Plan

  1. 1. • Basic Concepts of Planning • Why is planning important? • STP & Planning
  2. 2. Who I am? • H.H.H. • My Experience: – (4+5) Years with STP – Start-Up Activity – Start-UP NGO – Trainer For other Student Activities: C.C. (Credit Club), Update, BE (Better Engineer), EngBreak, MOIC, ‫الحياة‬ ‫صناع‬
  3. 3. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan • Summary.
  4. 4. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan • Summary.
  5. 5. WHY?WHAT? WHO?
  6. 6. 1 •Systematic process of establishing a need 2 •Working out the best way to meet the need Enables You to identify priorities Determines Your operational principles.
  7. 7. • Clear what to do. • Keeps your context. (Ex: High Board, Projects, and Organization level) • Intentions to others. • Guides in prioritizing & making decisions. • Day-to-day implementation.
  8. 8. • Planning to plan – High board TEAM appropriate form of planning. • Understanding the context – Presentation for all High Board members. • Strategic & Mission formulation – Involvement for all Board & members. • Action planning – Projects, Sections, Committees. • Monitoring and Evaluation. – Reporting to the Executive Board (Vice Presidents). – Depending on Communication system.
  9. 9. WHY this kind of plan? WHAT Kind of Plan ? WHO will write-down plan?
  10. 10. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan • Summary.
  11. 11. Projections
  12. 12. Re-Visiting your plan Several Times
  13. 13. Plan Always need Adjustments
  14. 14. Be careful of Mistakes
  15. 15. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan • Summary.
  16. 16. Group Activity
  17. 17. Group Activity
  18. 18. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan • Summary.
  19. 19. 22 Organized Ideas Minimum Req. Details Mistakes Formatting Plan Vs. Interview Vision
  20. 20. Discussion about the Plan in an interview
  21. 21. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan • Summary.
  22. 22. • Communication – "2 out of 3 HR and IT departments develop plans that are not linked to the company's overall strategy". • Innovation – "Organizations need the courage to try something risky that they don't know will work. Why? Because if they know it will work, they'll only get an improvement to what they already have. Yet if they try something that is a little dangerous and new, they will realize true innovation."
  23. 23. • Project Management – "Most devastatingly, 95% of employees do not understand their company's strategy. (How are they supposed to execute a plan if they don't understand it?)" • Culture – "There is a failure to understand the culture of the organization as well as a failure to develop values and culture to support the plans."
  24. 24. • Structure of STP, why Matrix Structure? • Do we usually look at the initial Presented Plan? • What are other types of Organizational Structure? • What is the Communication System in STP?
  25. 25. • When can you say we had a successful plan? • If you don’t have good planning skills, Why not share plan? • Short-Term, Medium-Term, Long-Term Planning?
  26. 26. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan • Summary.
  27. 27. • Introduction. • What to know before planning? • Planning Overview • Plans in STP • Tips for successful Plan
  28. 28. Thank YOU 31

Editor's Notes

  • Project Management Plan
    Operational Plan
    Action Plan
  • Phases Before Interviews
    In between
    Phases After Interviews (Before Booth)


    Vision
    Mission
    Values
    Goals
    Objectives
    Projects
  • 1 White Board
    1 writing down
    The Rest Discussing their part, in each phase. (Booth Phase – 3-5 minutes)
    Resource Management
  • Process of 3 phases of interview (it is taken till now)
    Plan Presented in 2012 (best plan, longest plan, “enta te3ebt feha”)
    State 1 Good Idea you want to implement this year!


    Time Plan (public vacation)
    New Ideas
    What will you add to STP this year
  • BIA (Busi
  • Mark mendebhall
  • Division Structure
    Functional structure
    Matrix Structure
  • Short-Term
    Short-term planning looks at the characteristics of the company in the present and develops strategies for improving them. Examples are the skills of the employees and their attitudes. The condition of production equipment or product quality problems are also short-term concerns. To address these issues, you put in place short-term solutions to address problems. Employee training courses, equipment servicing and quality fixes are short-term solutions. These solutions set the stage for addressing problems more comprehensively in the longer term.

    Medium-Term
    Medium-term planning applies more permanent solutions to short-term problems. If training courses for employees solved problems in the short term, companies schedule training programs for the medium term. If there are quality issues, the medium-term response is to revise and strengthen the company's quality control program. Where a short-term response to equipment failure is to repair the machine, a medium-term solution is to arrange for a service contract. Medium-term planning implements policies and procedures to ensure that short-term problems don't recur.
    Long-Term
    In the long term, companies want to solve problems permanently and to reach their overall targets. Long-term planning reacts to the competitive situation of the company in its social, economic and political environment and develops strategies for adapting and influencing its position to achieve long-term goals. It examines major capital expenditures such as purchasing equipment and facilities, and implements policies and procedures that shape the company's profile to match top management's ideas. When short-term and medium-term planning is successful, long-term planning builds on those achievements to preserve accomplishments and ensure continued progress.

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