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Keep it short and simple so people remember it and tell the story of the mission, goals, and objectives so it could be understood by anyone at any level. Demonstrate ownership so people know who contributed and visually chart the process to show where we’re going since people think in pictures.
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Have clear goals and specific objectives that are specific and quantifiable and have clear strategies and specific tactics for action plans. Include distinct time frames and have clear responsibility everywhere.
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$28 Planning Document
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Executive summary of what the plan is and how we got there; should be 25 pages or less, making it more like a pamphlet; for specifics, look in the four-inch binder. The amount of money spent in Omaha for firearms training per cop, per year,
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Industry Attractiveness 1. Structure 2. Strategy 3. Style 4. Staff 5. Systems
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6. Skills 7. Shared values
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McKinsey 7-S framework: Look at criteria to determine it for the GE Model.
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Teamwork Competitive Position
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Look at key success factors to determine it for GE Model. The core of the Harvard Business School philosophy; utilize “learning teams” to make you look like a rock star.
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Industry Structure GM
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No longer viable in the market, so bankruptcy might be the best option; not easy since their huge supply chain would collapse.
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