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Defined goals and benchmarks Recommended actions Justification for recommended actions with appropriate information (market research, qualitative and quantitative opportunities, etc) Identification of key action items, timing of these action items, and who will have responsibility for their execution Communication to other stakeholders as appropriate such as customers, suppliers, sales force, etc
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Business initiatives may fall into areas such as technology implementation and may focus on key areas such as enterprise networks, new product development, and supply chain management The common elements of the deliverables include:
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Clear definition of opportunity (What, When, Who, Why) Objectives and goals (SMART) Risk assessment Summary of alternatives Strategic impact Financial impact Legal considerations, when appropriate
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Sample Business Initiative Recommendation: Use the completed sample template in Exhibit 4-7 to guide your business initiative planning and execution
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Initiative Sponsor Champion Executive Summary Private Label Computers Product Development: The Portable Image Computer Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing Vice President Marketing Private Label Computers has an excellent opportunity to leverage its of ce computer brand, with the use of new technology with existing technology to expand capabilities of current of ce systems The Portable Image Computer has the potential to elevate the brand and both create and take market share from our competitors We will be able to utilize existing marketing programs and channels, including existing customer base, to sell the new product Situation Sales for our bread and butter products are off sharply New competitors enter this eld every year New competition is not coming from other manufacturers of of ce systems, although this arena remains viable Rather, the new competition is from a host of new personal computer products that offer additional software programs and capabilities, including many imaging applications The majority of these products are standalone and do not integrate with other systems
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Exhibit 4-7 Sample template to guide planning and execution (continued
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Execution Is the Key
Situation (continued)
These products appear to create competition at the low end of our business, but the wide growing popularity has the potential for double-digit growth during the next 3 5 years Create a standalone product that competes directly with the competitive products, adding features that are more desirable to the customer Integrate the PIC into the next generation of of ce products, within the next 24 30 months
Alternatives
Projected Start/ End Dates Resources Requirements Risk Assessment
Start Date: 06/09 End Date: 06/10 Design Team (5 managers @ 75% of time commitment) Integration Team (3 managers @ 30% time commitment) Total Requested: $125 million Supplier quality and delivery of materials may not meet standards (conduct supplier risk assessment) Sales could fall short of estimate (expect to break even with sales to existing customer base) Price point and contribution margins to be determined Year 1: $3 million Year 2: $45 million
Financial Opportunity
Exhibit 4-7 Sample template to guide planning and execution (continued)
Manager s Checklist for 4  J Understand how execution fits into strategy
deployment cards and Hoshin Planning measurements
and business plan
 J Compare execution and deployment tools such as Balanced Score J Use execution and deployment tools to organize key objectives and  J Assess your readiness for execution  J Populate execution and deployment tools with your company data
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Mobilizing the Workforce
ve mentioned several times that to be successful in developing and executing a plan, interaction is a must The Management by Objectives systems of the past failed largely because they were individually focused, highly structured, and rigid, and lacked good interaction and flexibility to work in organizations The engagement and mobilization of the workforce is the linking mechanism in terms of detailed action planning and execution of the plan Whether a company is capital- or labor-intensive, it will still rely on people to carry out plans and make day-to-day decisions The thinking here is that to effectively mobilize the workforce, three building blocks are necessary: 1 A culture or set of behaviors that support the achievement of the plans 2 An effective communication process with both formal and informal components 3 A structured process to link the planning tools to the people or the business cascade, as we are calling it here
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