Activity 1-4 d




Activity 1-4 d

Activity 1

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Strategic planning is an ‘s  of defining its , or direction, and making  on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy. It may also used for extend to control mechanisms for guiding the implementation of the strategy. 


  • Strategic analysis
  • The  of   for a  by researching the business and the  in which it .

  • Establish strategic direction
  • A strategic vision provides multiple benefits to a company. It presents a broadly shared sense of organizational direction and purpose. Direction is needed because few organizations have achieved greatness by being all things to all consumers.

  • Action plan
  • An action plan integrates all of the strategies you have developed throughout your  into a highly organized and prioritised plan of action designed to achieve your stated business mission and goals. An action plan identifies the business goal (what you would like to achieve) and the strategies that can be implemented to reach that goal.

    activity 2

    1 )

    I can consult the relevant group and individuals by

  • Meeting – informal or informal meeting to help them discuss the area to improve
  • Face to face – this channel is comfortable with the people who want to have private discussion and want the clear conversation.
  • Conference – formal meeting that can lead to make decision within organisation
  • 2)

  • Initiator
  • The role of the project initiator is to initiate a new project based on the needs of the market as well as his organization. The project initiator sees an ROI if the company undertakes a certain project, and reports his thoughts to management. For non internal projects, the project initiator is the client, since he’s the one behind initiating the project.

  • Development agent
  •  An agency whose goal is to help develop and support economic growth within a specified city, region or state by providing necessary resources and assistance

  • Champion of the development
  • Many managers want to remain comfortable, making the same decisions they have always made. They believe they can do a better job themselves. They don’t want to risk losing any of their power and stature 

  • Sponsor of development
  • you need to understand what you need to make your organization and fundraising event successful. All the nonprofits we’ve interviewed agreed that anything and everything at an auction can be sponsored.

  • Leadership, supervision and delegation
  • -Leadership is the leader is responsible for all tasks or character in the person

    supervision is the activity carried out by supervisors to oversee the productivity and progress of employees who report directly to the supervisors.

    – Delegation is often very difficult for new supervisors, particularly if they have had to scramble to start the organization or start a major new product or service themselves.


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    sors, particularly if they have had to scramble to start the organization or start a major new product or service themselves.

    activity 3

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  • Quantitative data are measures of values or counts and are expressed as numbers. Quantitative data are data about numeric variables (e.g. how many; how much; or how often). The process of  is central to quantitative research because it provides the fundamental connection between   and mathematical expression of quantitative relationships.
  • Qualitative data are measures of ‘types’ and may be represented by a name, symbol, or a number code.
  • Securities analysis that uses subjective judgment based on non quantifiable information, such as management expertise.

    2 )

    4 step

    step 1: make a Concept

    we need to identify and define—or scope out , Identify your priorities. what is its purpose? Defining your project now will help you reach your goal, as well as make the other three steps easier.

    Step 2: planning

    During this phase you need to flush out the details and decide who is going to help you with the party and what each helper’s role will be You will also need to identify any deadlines that need to be met.

    Step 3: Execution

    It occurs when the party is actually happening. Your role is to supervise and coach. It is important to be visible to your stakeholder and to keep the channels of communication open with your helpers.

    Step 4: Commitment

    identify those things that could be improved upon for your next party. It’s all a learning process.

    Activity 4

  • business reengineering
  • Business process reengineering (BPR) is the analysis and redesign of within and between enterprises in order to optimize end-to-end processes and automate non-value-added tasks.

  • consultative processes
  • When the local committees are formed, your task as members is to respond to emerging issues.  You do so by involving the “stakeholders” in a consultative process.  A stakeholder is anyone likely to be affected by an issue, or by how it is approached; that is, as the name implies, someone who holds a “stake” in an issue.

  • Job redesign
  • Job redesign is an effort where job responsibilities and tasks are reviewed – and possibly re-allocated among staff – to improve output.

    Redesigning jobs can lead to improvements in both productivity and in job satisfaction.

  • Sensitivity training
  • Sensitivity training is a form of training with the goal of making people more aware of their own prejudices…


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