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Unformatted text preview: • Stakeholders: look at each group that wants the company to succeed • Problems & Opportunities • You want to examine what outcomes you seek Types of Plans • Ad-hoc: temporary, onetime thing o Grand openings, elections • Standing: ongoing plan o Short-term: quarterly; 6 month o Long-term: years from now (National Instrument’s 100 year plan) • Contingency: what if something happens; how to handle pr of an event; emergency or crisis plan Qualities of a Good Plan • Supports a specific goal of your organization • Stays goal-oriented • Is realistic: can actually happen or be accomplished • Is flexible: things come up, life happens • Is a win-win proposition: achieves mutually beneficial outcomes S.W.O.T Analysis • Strengths • Weaknesses • Opportunities • Threats Brainstorming/Planning Grid • Goal • Public • Values • Message media...
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- Spring '11
- Management, Want, Strategic Planning Questions