UofP - MBA580 - Week Six - Goals Objectives and Implementation - 10-07-06

UofP - MBA580 - Week Six - Goals Objectives and Implementation - 10-07-06

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Plan Goals, Objectives, and Implementation Strategies Supporting the vision and culture in any decision-making process will reduce ethical dilemmas, inadequate business growth, and building trust (University, 2006). The desired future end state is that Stewart is a competitive company with strong financial, technological, and global presence. Products and services are monitored strategically, tactically, and operationally to ensure high customer satisfaction. Stewart benchmarks all operations against competitors creating best practices throughout the company. During the strategic planning process—and the results of—but not limited to (1) a SWOT analysis, (2) a Multiple Pairs analysis, and (3) generic and competitive benchmarking—three priority end state goals were identified with regard to technology, products and services, and global growth. Measurable and clearly identifiable end state goals include (1) increased productivity as measured by technology growth of 50 percent during the next three years, (2) Increased flexibility as measured by the number of new products and services increasing by 10 percent per quarter during the next year, and (3) Increased exposure as measured by a profit margin of 15 percent each year for the next three to five years. Priority End State Goal 1 Increased productivity as measured by technology growth of 50 percent during the next three years. Objectives Implementation Strategies Objective 1.1 -- Develop and enhance systems to inform women and their health care providers about the importance of preconception and interconception health. 1.1.1 Collaborate with state groups and organizations to develop a California Plan for Preconception Care utilizing national recommendations such as the CDC/ATSDR Preconception Care Work Group and Select Panel’s Recommendations to Improve Preconception Health and Health Care – United States .
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