Personal and Bussiness Plan jpr

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Personal and Bussiness Plan jpr

  1. 1. Strategic Planning NIU-LAHES Executive Diploma on Leadership Janaka Karunaratne. M.com,PGDip,B.Sc,FCMA(UK), ACMA(SL),CGMA Director Department of Supervision of Non Bank Financial Institutions Central Bank of Sri Lanka 10 July 2014
  2. 2. Personal Vision Statement To be a transformational leader who can drive the CBSL to achieve its vision while reaching the next highest management position.
  3. 3. Environmental Scan Internal Strengths • Strong leadership, Commitment and Dedication • Regulatory authority/powers/independence • Team work • Ability to lead and convince • Self protection • Ability to approach management
  4. 4. Environmental Scan Internal Weaknesses • Skill gaps and inadequate staff • Lack of motivation in the absence of performance based reward scheme. • Structural weaknesses External Benefits • Enhanced reputation and public confidence • Systemic stability and enhanced depositor protection • International recognition • Good governance culture/change in attitudes
  5. 5. Environmental Scan External Dangers • Legislative challenges • Negative response/behaviour • External pressures from different stakeholders • Challenge on holding positions
  6. 6. Obstacles Resistance from stakeholders Legal/ regulatory barriers including time management Lack of skills Trade off between leisure and work Weaknesses in authority structure Lack of performance based reward schemes
  7. 7. Strategic Solutions Build up stakeholder confidence through awareness programmes , discussions and meetings Amendments to existing legislation Arrange skill development and training programmes Implement performance based reward schemes Arrange recreation and leisure activities
  8. 8. Execution  Amendments to existing legislation/Time Plan • Review and identification of required changes to legislation internally( 0-3 months ) • Discussions with stakeholders and obtain views (0-3 months) • Preparation of draft legislation and obtain internal management/board approval( 3-9 months) • Obtain approval from legislative authority for the legislation (9 – 18 months ) • Implementation
  9. 9. Thank You
  10. 10. Thank You

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