funding that you identified. f Human Resource and Other Capacity Requirements Determine the capacity and skills of the human resources currently available to complete a project. Consider where the sources of these resources will come from. What other requirements are needed to implement the project. f Risk Assessment and Mitigation Strategy What are the risks and how can they be addressed?
2 WORKBOOK | © 2016 YOUNG RABBIT PTY LTD, AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC COLLEGE BSB51915 DIPLOMA OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT | OPERATIONAL PLANNING_V2.4 When you write a strategic plan, you need to ask: f What do we do? f Who are we doing it for? f How will we be successful? On the other hand, when you write an operational plan, you need to be able to answer: f Where are we now? f What do we want to be? f How do we get there? f What method/s can we use to measure our progress? Operational plans will contain the following details: f Organisational structure f Current and future desired goals f Who are the suppliers? f How many staff is required? f Facilities f Production and manufacturing f Inventory f Distribution f Maintenance and service including customer service f Labour f Quality Assurance, such as how is performance measured? For an operational plan to be effective, it must have: f Clear goals, procedures, objectives, schedules and budgets f Performance targets f Timeframes f
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