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1.6 - Organisational Planning Tools

1.6 - Organisational Planning Tools

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1.6
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Organisational Planning Tools
In any business, there are three levels of decisions that must be made:
 
Strategic Decisions
 
 –
High level decisions that carry over the long term
 
Tactical Decisions
 
 –
Middle level, short-term decisions
 
Operational Decisions
 –
Junior level, routine decisions
Business Plan
This is a report that details how a business achieves its aims and objectives. It is used bybanks
 
, financers and venture capitalists
 
, the government and the community. It will include:
Preambles
 
Front cover
 
Statement of purpose
 
Executive summary
 
Table of contents
The Business
 
Objectives
 
Name
 
Address
 
Contact details and ABN
 
Business activity
 
Commencement date
 
Commencement capital
 
Business structure
 
Competitive advantage
 
Owner’s profiles
 
 
Major clients
 
Licences and registrations
 
Business advisors
 
Current performance
 
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Industry or Market Analysis
 
ANZSIC category
 
Key success factors
 
Competition
 
PEST analysis
Product and Services
 
Product range analysis
 
Competitor analysis
 
SWOT Analysis
Marketing Plan
 
Target market
 
Marketing objectives
 
Marketing strategies
Operational Strategy
 
Location an premises
 
Plant and equipment
 
Inventory
 
Human resources
 
Environmental strategy
Financial Strategy
 
Financial objectives
 
Capital structure
 
Financial performance and position
 
Cash flow forecasts
 
Sales
 
Collection from debtors
 
Value of loans to creditors
 
Purchases
 
Break-even chart
 
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Appendices
 
Financial statements
 
Legal documents
 
Leases
 
Contracts
 
Letter of intent
 
Research documents
 
Patents and trademarks
 
Contingency plan
Decision-Making Framework
This is a systematic way of dealing with problems, concerns or issues to ensure that the bestdecision is made.The steps in making a decision include:
 
Identifying the problem
 
Defining the problem by gathering and analysing information
 
Exploring possible solutions
 
Action to be taken
 
Look back and review the outcome

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