Strategical Planning

Wednesday, 9. October 2013

Strategical planning (In 10 Minutes) – Introduction – Definition – Phases of the strategical planning: ) Mission Vision – Values b) Customers and Market (competitive Advantages) c) Products and Services d) Performance, Goals and Tools (Election of strategies) Strategical planning INTRODUCTION Imagines that the Land is the Business administration and Businesses or a company. We know that 70% of the surface of the land are composed of water the others 30% of the continents that is ' ' terra' ' , we can also say that 2/3 of the planet are covered of water, then we can affirm that everything that exists of land in the land is under the water. Very well, we arrive in the definition of what it is the Strategical planning in a company, is about the water of the planet, 30% of land are equivalent the Costs, Marketing, Attendance to the customer, Goals, Financier, Intelligence of Market, Competition, Economy, Emotional, Logistic intelligence, Methods Processes, organizacional Structure, Accounting, Invoicing, initial Investment, Capital Human being, Management, Leadership, Quality, and finally: Experience in branch x Luck. It will be that luck in businesses exists? What vocs they find? To be in the certain place in the alias process! It exists but it does not persist. DEFINITION Strategy is the election of the ways, of any nature, used to carry through objectives. Strategical administration is the process that understands planning, implementation and control of the execution of the strategy. (One of the tools more known and practised of analysis or evaluation of a planning – PDCA – (Plan, of, check, action) (To plan, To execute, To check, To correct)

Small Companies Success

Thursday, 26. July 2012

When initiating a business, the entrepreneurs pass for a delayed process and the success alone comes with work and planning very. Unhappyly, this is the reality of many entrepreneurs. Second research carried through for the Service of Support to the Micron and Small Companies of So Paulo (Sebrae) in 2010, 58% of the small business companies close the doors before completing five years. Although to be a high index, the study it shows a fall if comparative with year 2000, when the tax of mortality of the micron and small companies arrived 71% in the same period. World-wide specialist in corporative management makes me to this to remember the definition of the cycles of life of the companies pointed by Ichak Adizes. As well as Adizes, I believe that it has specific characteristics for each phase: at the beginning a leader has itself who acts of intuitiva form, later the company passes for stages where she acts without defined lines of direction, but at some moment she comes the professionalization and planning, that is vital for the success of the business. I see that some companies if hold well in relation to the growth and act sufficiently in professionalized way.

The Natura is a case of success, that was born in 1969, from a laboratory and a small store, and grew vertiginously. Today it counts on prescription of R$ 5.1 billion and grows between 20% and 40% to the year. For acting in a competitive and very innovative market, the company always adds new models of management to adjust itself to the current reality. But and the companies of small average transport? They also have that to be aggressive and to be intent how much to the professionalization, because the more based it is the process, greaters will be the success possibilities.