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oYour tour team will provide a support vehicle to travel with the herd each day of the tour.oThe tours will range from budget tours where the herd will stay overnight in camping and caravan parks along the way, through to more up-market tours where they will stay in hotel and or B&B style accommodation.oFor the budget tours you propose that your support vehicle provides a BBQ breakfast and evening meal at the camps.The way you want to set up this new business is to develop a single but successful operation that services MAMILs in your Capital City. When you have the model running successfully you plan to franchise operations nationally and potentially internationally. Your goal is that in five years’ time you will be managing a group of franchises and have both a good income as well as a good work/life balance.Instructions for groups1.Conduct a SWOT analysis on this proposal2.Following the SWOT analysis make a determination on the viability of the proposed business. Consideration for your risk management and decide on a “Go” or “No-go” for developing this business3.Assuming a “Go”, now your team is to agree on a business name4.Now develop a Mission Statement for the business5.What is the Vision Statement and develop a draft Values StatementBSBMGT517 Manage operational planCambridge College InternationalNational Provider No. 90069 | CRICOS Registration No. 00159KVersion 2017.1Page 8of 27
6.Now consider the operation s and develop a preliminary Organisation Chart, indicating the functional units of the business 7.Select one functional Unit and develop a draft Management Plan that describes how the Unit will be managed.8.List 2 Key Result Areas (KRAs) for the Unit/Team 9.Develop a draft Operational Plan that will achieve these 2 KRAs. Do not try and develop Operational procedures at this time because it is a very big job, however, make a list of the operations within the Unit that could require clear operating procedures10.List resources that you will require the implement your Operational Plan11.Identify any resources that you do not currently have but will be needed to achieve your goal12.Outline a strategy for obtaining any identified additional resources.13.Identify key milestones in the implementation of your Operational Plan14.Develop a checklist for monitoring the progress and effectiveness of your Operational Plan. Consider some monitoring factors such as;oProgressoPerformanceoBudget15.Outline the features how you could effectively monitor and review the implementation of your Operational Plan.BSBMGT517 Manage operational planCambridge College InternationalNational Provider No. 90069 | CRICOS Registration No. 00159KVersion 2017.1Page 9of 27