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HE3349A Principles of Management Week Four Ch. 4 Strategy/Planning and Reciprocity
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Agenda: Week Two 1. Questions - Assignments 2. Chapter Four - Facilitation Activity 3. Chapter Four – Strategy/Planning/Reciprocity 4. Group Activity 5. Next Week
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1. Questions - Assignments 1. Study Guide/Mid-term
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2. Facilitation Activity Planning and Strategy: Stephanie P., Deanna, Colleen, Maggie, Stephanie G.
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3. Strategy/Planning and Reciprocity
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3. Ch. 4: Planning and Strategy Five Steps in the Process: 1. Determine the organization’s vision, mission, and goals 2. Conduct an environmental analysis 3. Formulate the strategy 4. Implement the strategy 5. Evaluate the strategy
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3. Ch. 4: Planning and Strategy Levels of Plans: Corporate Level (Top Managers) Business/Divisional Level (Middle Managers) Functional Level (Front Line Managers)
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3. Ch.4 Planning and Strategy Why plan? Collaboration, Commitment Direction and purpose Coordinate/organize divisions, activities
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