STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR SUPERLATIVE
ACHIEVEMENT
Planning Concept




Deciding where you want to go and how you will get
there before taking an action
Determining the co...
Principles of Planning
 Be

specific
 Make attainable goals
 Believe in goal
achievement
 Set quantifiable & time
targ...
Strategic Planning
A process that include:
 Selection of interactive & overlapping decisioning
 Leading to the developme...
Why or Benefit of Strategic Planning







Gives direction and focus
Enhance effectiveness
Facilitate goal attainmen...
The Strategy Planning Process

 Identify
 Determine

your mission
 Select your goals to
pursue
 Formulate assumptions
...
Environmental Challenges to Goal
Accomplishment
Analyzing your environment – 3 sectors that produce
changes that MUST be m...
Internal Analysis of Strength & Weaknesses
Areas:
 Personal capabilities
 Human resource capabilities
 Markets – old/po...
Practical Exercises
Using the 10 steps approach to strategic
planning, draw up a simple strategic plan
for your 2014 busin...
TIME MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR
GOAL ACCOMPLISHMENT
Time

A unique resource
that must be identified and judiciously
utilized to achieve set goals
Attributes of Time
A

unique resource
 The most scarce resource
 It is irreplaceable like staff
 It cannot be accumula...
Time Management Principles
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Make a “to do list”
Delegate as appropriate
Consider prime and low time
C...
Preventable Time Wasters
 Too

much time on one
problem
 Over supervision and
under supervision
 Starting a task withou...
Notable Time Gainers
 Use

phone instead of
writing
 Make wise use of
emails/ICT
 Have a thing to do list
and note idea...
Successful Self/Time Management
Strategies
 Make

a to do list
everyday
 Delegate as much as
possible
 Determine your b...
4 Cardinal Laws of Time Management
1.
2.
3.
4.

Do the Do-able things
Control the controllable
Don’t worry about getting e...
CASE EXERCISE
 The

three (3) frogs you must eat:
UGLY, UGLIER and UGLYIEST
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Strategic planning for superlative achievement

  1. 1. STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR SUPERLATIVE ACHIEVEMENT
  2. 2. Planning Concept   Deciding where you want to go and how you will get there before taking an action Determining the course of action to achieve your goals
  3. 3. Principles of Planning  Be specific  Make attainable goals  Believe in goal achievement  Set quantifiable & time target  Mind association you keep  Start little and with what you have  Be sincere (know thyself)  Don’t isolate yourself  Be flexible  Make plan to appraise result
  4. 4. Strategic Planning A process that include:  Selection of interactive & overlapping decisioning  Leading to the development of an effective strategy  For achieving set goals & objectives
  5. 5. Why or Benefit of Strategic Planning      Gives direction and focus Enhance effectiveness Facilitate goal attainment Assist coordination process Aid organization repositioning and growth
  6. 6. The Strategy Planning Process  Identify  Determine your mission  Select your goals to pursue  Formulate assumptions about the environment  Identify opportunities & threats emerging  Assess your internal strength & weaknesses feasible alternatives/options  Critically analyze the options  Choose alternatives to pursue  Develop implementation plan to achieve goals  Design a control or feedback system to monitor performance as you implement
  7. 7. Environmental Challenges to Goal Accomplishment Analyzing your environment – 3 sectors that produce changes that MUST be monitored: 1.General Environment – Government, Economy, Consumers and population 2.The Market – Identify & recognize major shifts: New Product, Pricing, Structure, Taste/Demand, Competitors (entry & exist) 3.The Supply Sector – Supplier of materials, Finance, Equipment (technology)
  8. 8. Internal Analysis of Strength & Weaknesses Areas:  Personal capabilities  Human resource capabilities  Markets – old/potentials  Finance  Operational requirements – market, equipment
  9. 9. Practical Exercises Using the 10 steps approach to strategic planning, draw up a simple strategic plan for your 2014 business year
  10. 10. TIME MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR GOAL ACCOMPLISHMENT
  11. 11. Time A unique resource that must be identified and judiciously utilized to achieve set goals
  12. 12. Attributes of Time A unique resource  The most scarce resource  It is irreplaceable like staff  It cannot be accumulated like money  It cannot be turned off/on as machine  It cannot be stock-pilled like metal  It passes at pre-determined rate and cannot be stopped  All and sundry are equally endowed with same amount of time (i.e 24hours)
  13. 13. Time Management Principles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Make a “to do list” Delegate as appropriate Consider prime and low time Consider controllable & uncontrollable factors Make a daily plan Check all uncompleted activities Re-prioritize uncompleted activities
  14. 14. Preventable Time Wasters  Too much time on one problem  Over supervision and under supervision  Starting a task without thinking through  Doing tasks that can be delegated  Doing unproductive things from sheer habit  Pursuing unattainable project or task  Failure to anticipate crises  Allowing conferences/discussion to wander  Conducting unnecessary meeting  Socializing at great length  Failure to analyze use of time  Letting paper work
  15. 15. Notable Time Gainers  Use phone instead of writing  Make wise use of emails/ICT  Have a thing to do list and note ideas items  Learn to read summaries and highlights  Be selective in reading journals magazines etc  Use idle time for more worthy purpose  Delegate a bundle together repetitive tasks  Study overall work day & redistribute task  Block-out the best quite time for your most vital and creative work  Leverage the divine grace in prayer for effective management of your time
  16. 16. Successful Self/Time Management Strategies  Make a to do list everyday  Delegate as much as possible  Determine your best time & schedule must difficult task  Set aside time when visitors are barred  Get incoming mail mails screened & redirected  Eat lunch sometimes in office to save time  Discourage drop-in visitors  Read standing up sometimes  Make phone calls, few minutes to close of work  Don’t feel guilty for unaccomplished goals.
  17. 17. 4 Cardinal Laws of Time Management 1. 2. 3. 4. Do the Do-able things Control the controllable Don’t worry about getting everything done Be nice to yourself
  18. 18. CASE EXERCISE  The three (3) frogs you must eat: UGLY, UGLIER and UGLYIEST

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