Hi....do you think you could help me with this? please...Tks My instructor wants me to focus on any institution of higher learning/university for this...Pretend you are the board of directors for an institution of higher learning where you are in charge of developing the school's strategic plan and budget. Create sections un
The general fact that planning is important in the auditing profession should not be a shock to anyone. Auditing like many things is life require planning in order to be successful. The fact that planning involves process steps, research and documentation is really a standard type process that many of use in our daily life when planning an activity. So the question should be at this point what is different? Well first of all the main difference is that planning normally involves a short time frame in the case of auditing. That is you normally do not have months to prepare and secondly the process is not a research paper. With that said there are important aspects of auditing planning including: 1. Knowledge of the Industry 2. Knowledge of the company 3. Review of the accounting policies and practices. 4. Discussion with key management employees 5. Presentation to the Board of directors 6. Review of major controls, risk and opportunities. The point here is that the process is involved and extremely critical to the overall success of the audit.
The general fact that planning is important in the auditing profession should not be a shock to anyone. Auditing like many things is life require planning in order to be successful. The fact that planning involves process steps, research and documentation is really a standard type process that many of use in our daily life
Assist with writing a proposal outlining the research approach you will use for the Strategic Plan, due in Week Six. Include the following: - How you intend to validate the organizational vision, mission, and values statements - Sources you expect to use to perform an external environmental analysis - Sources you expect to
1. Why is it necessary to monitor and control strategic plans? Who should be responsible for monitoring and controlling strategic plans? Why? What are the pitfalls of failing to monitor and control strategic plans?
Why is organizational self-assessment critical to the strategic planning process? What does self-assessment reveal about a company's HR needs? What can HR managers do to take steps to address a company's needs once self-assessment results are produced?
1. What things should be taken into consideration in the creation of a roadmap for a strategic plan? What are examples of external and internal change agents? What role do change agents play in the execution of a road map for a strategic plan? 2. As you say, companies can't just mention the mission once and expect employees t
In regards to a healthcare organization, what is your understanding of strategic planning and financial planning? What if financial planning is not aligned with strategic planning? What are the consequences?
Strategic thinking is essentially long term in nature. It answers the question, "Where are we going?" Everything else is operational. Think of General Patton going to Berlin. His direction (strategy) was clear: get to Berlin and get Hitler. Everything else -- how many tanks he had; how much ammunition he had; how many C rations;
1. SCENARIO ASSIGNMENT - NEW PRODUCT DESIGN You are an R&D project manager, and you have been asked to generate a new product idea and the project plan for its development. The new product is to be based on an innovative use of a mature technology. Identify the new product, and create a strategic plan for its development. Fo
1 What are the primary internal organizational considerations for the development of a strategic plan? Which consideration is the most important? Why? 2 What are the primary external organizational considerations for the development of a strategic plan? Which consideration is the most important? Why? 3 You mention that pla
Please help with the following problem. Provide at least 300 words in the solution. Create your own marketing story similar to: The Marketing Scene. The stories on the site encompass the following marketing topics: - Controversy in Ads - Lifestyle Campaigns - Target Marketing - The Global View - Emotional Advert
Read a few stories at http://www.themarketingscene.com/index.php/discussions/ , and devise your own. Stories are 300-350 words in length and can be written in 1st or 3rd person. This is your chance to shine. The stories need to have a marketing focus, but the topics are broad and can reflect your own taste. NOTE: Must be written
What would be some consequences of having employees whose personal values don't line up with the mission and vision of the company?
1. You mention that the mission statement is not the first thing you look for when evaluating a company as a customer. Would you look for the mission if you were applying to work for the company? What would be some consequences of having employees whose personal values don't line up with the mission and vision of the company?
BUS - What is strategic management? What are the roles of mission and vision statements in strategic management?
1.What is strategic management? What are the roles of mission and vision statements in strategic management? Can an organization have a successful strategic plan without effective mission and vision statements? Why or why not? 2.Select a small business that you may want to start (Restaurant). What is strategic management a
Identify and discuss the main internal determinants of corporate strategic choices. Explain what you understand by emergent and deliberate approaches to strategy making a,d discuss in which circumstances you would be more likely to adapt a deliberate approach and in which circumstances you would likely adapt an emergent approach
What is the importance of marketing, finance, production, personnel, and accounting, to the strategic planning process? How dose strategic planning approach of not-for-profit organizations differ from that of profit-oriented organizations? What evidence is there that mission statements are valuable?
Develop a strategic Marketing plan for an Internet Start Up company: Cook-E is a cookie wire company which customer orders to local cookie business for delivery. The purpose of the service is to connect customers with the nation's best cookie businesses. Since it is a start up, I need help constructing an over all detailed p
Explain the importance of your selected business vision, mission, and values in determining your strategic direction. Include the following: Define your business, products or services, and customers by developing a mission statement. Ensure that you are differentiating your product or service. Create a vision for this orga
Please go to posting ID # 384514 through this link https://brainmass.com/business/management/327527 for the case study in question. No download is required. o Why does Riordan need a strategic plan? o What role should ethical and social responsibility considerations have in Riordan's strategic management plan?
Strategic Plan, Part III: Balanced Scorecard â?¢ Resources: Exhibit 7-1 in Ch. 7 of Strategic Management â?¢ Develop the strategic objectives for your business in the format of a balanced scorecard. The strategic objectives are measures of attaining your vision and mission. As you develop them consider the vision, miss
Discuss your thoughts on this: 'A mission, simply put, is why a company exists. A vision is where a company would like to be in the future. Goals are milestones or measurables that a company attempts to reach. Strategies are the methods and plans used to obtain goals. Mission statements can be very specific or very broad.
A business has access to a huge market in the European community and would like to enter other markets. Tariffs may make this prohibitive unless products are manufactured locally which eliminates tariffs. Determine what changes should be made to this approach. Include marketing and sales strategy, outline of an operations pl
Presentation Script 1.Create a script to accompany the presentation. It should be persuasive and targeted to a business clientele. This part of the Individual Project should at least 2-3 pages in length (single spaced).
What key elements should be covered when writing a good mission statement? What is the purpose of a mission statement?
1. What key elements should be covered when writing a good mission statement? What is the purpose of a mission statement? 2. What is the difference between primary and secondary research methods? Provide an example of how each of these could be used 3. Write out two different examples of closed-end questions you might us
Explain the role of ethics and social responsibility in developing a strategic plan while considering stakeholder needs and agendas.
You are an R&D project manager, and you have been asked to generate a new product idea and the project plan for its development. The new product is to be based on an innovative use of a mature technology. Identify the new product, and create a strategic plan for its development. For each stage in your development plan, discuss t
Business Strategic Plan Write, in your own words - no plagiarism or copying from websites, a section for a retail business strategic plan in which you add your strategies and tactics to implement and realize your strategic objectives, measures, and targets. Include marketing and information technology strategies and tactics.
Resource: Implementation,k strategic controls, and contingency Plans assignment with facilitator feedback. Discuss a strategic plan for Apple Computer, Inc. Summarize the current issues facing Apple Computer, Inc., the strategy choice you've made to address those issues, and which highlights key points in my paper *Co
What caused the failure in execution? Share an example of an organization that had good ideas, but failed to execute their strategy well. What caused the failure in execution? Suggest at least one recommendation for improvement.
1. How important is the strategic direction of the management team to the ultimate global success of an organization? Once a vision is established, how challenging is it to execute on one's global plan? 2. How and why would a manager want to choose and recommend business alternatives using financial statement analysis.