Management Planning

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Management Planning By Scott Ward University of Phoenix
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When thinking of a corporation a few things come to mind when thinking of their operations. Management is the key to many of the operation that a company has place for the business to be successful. Management has many tasks and obligations to their company and must abide by all the rules and regulations set forth by them to be demonstrated by management. Looking at the impact that legal issues, ethics, and corporate social responsibility have had on management planning as well as three factors that influence the company's strategic, tactical, operational, and contingency planning, we will look into the workings of United Parcel Service planning and their management. UPS focuses on one thing, making their deadline or even finish earlier, but never finishing later than the deadline given. This is why UPS makes all their plans around the volumes, which is where the deadline comes from. At the United Parcel Service or UPS, management is focused on a few key things that keeps business going as planned. When looking into their planning functions, they plan for faster times for total operations in all sections, which includes the trucks in transit, volume of packages and how many employees they have that day. This takes time to calculate, which they spend doing the day before to find out what the total volume is and begin their planning from there. The time they calculate is based on information that is key to their success, such as the volume, number of employees at work and estimated time if
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