Strategy & Planning Concepts

02.01.2016 / Posted in Articles, Strategy, White Papers

This white paper focuses on the concepts of planning and strategy. Planning is the ongoing management process of choosing the objectives to be achieved during a certain period, setting up a plan of action and maintaining continuous surveillance of results so as to make regular evaluations and if necessary modify the objectives and plan for action. A strategy is the major objectives, purposes, goals and fundamental policies and plans for achieving these goals.

In this white paper, we explain:

  • Requisites for Successful Planning
  • Timeframe for Initiating Activities
  • Philosophies of Planning
  • Concept of strategy
  • When You Need a Strategy
  • What the Strategy Evaluates

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