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FIGURE 17-7
Management cycle
and budget year round. Depending on the level of the operational and strategic planning process for example, planning at the cost center level or the GL account level or at a higher level such as the divisional level data is gathered together that will define the goals and milestones for the corporation over the next number of periods or years. Another level of planning and budgeting that needs to be identified is the cycle of planning. Will the planning take on a rolling process, meaning that each time phase the plan is reviewed and adjusted base on the current/actual information Is the corporate strategy for planning based on a quarterly analysis with a review of the variance between the planned and actual numbers Once the data for each time period is gathered, the reporting and analysis of that information is done. As you can see, this cycle has no ending activity. This is an ongoing process, and once the actual information is reviewed, a corporation will then take that data and refine its plan and budget and also refine its planning and budgeting process. Figure 17-8 is a very good diagram of the overall planning levels. The two levels of planning that keep the corporation running on a daily basis are the Execution Planning and Operational Planning processes. The Strategic Planning process is the one that reviews and analyzes the long-term planning objectives and takes into account the larger view of planning for the company vision and mission statement. Operational Planning and Execution Planning normally take into account information available via day-to-day activities, such as the activities of the production line, inventory analysis, analysis of sales by customer, and those components of planning that involve more available types of information. Once the two planning cycles are executed, there needs to be a reconciliation of the two plans in order for the Strategic and Operational views of the corporate goals to be consistent. Therefore, the planning process can be very iterative in nature and painstaking at times. Reconciling the view of the corporation at a mission statement level and the needs of the corporation at the operational level is very challenging and, if achieved, can be very rewarding to both the corporation and all the stakeholders.
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Strategic Planning
- Company vision and mission - Long-term investments - Strategic directions - Strategic market development goals and targets -
Operational Planning
- Sales planning - Revenue planning - Demand planning - Supply planning - Profit planning - Cost center planning - Strategic procurement -
Modeling
Granularity Evaluate Execution Planning
- Detailed planning (MRP) - Shop flow control - Product planning - Capacity planning - Contract handling -
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year x
FIGURE 17-8 Strategic, Operational, and Execution Planning processes
With all these challenges to a planning process, the software to help with this activity needs to be robust enough to accommodate and enhance the planning process. BI-IP (Integrated Planning) can be very helpful in this process and can offer the functionality that many companies need and seek for doing planning. Because IP is fully integrated with BI, there are numerous areas in BW where IP can reuse the objects and structures built for reporting purposes. This helps with the configuration and implementation process of IP. If the corporation has been planning and has a basic idea of its planning or budgeting cycle and the steps involved based on the specific corporate needs, then the implementation time of IP is reasonable. Figure 17-9 shows the positioning of IP in the overall architecture of BI. Actually, IP is one of the significant changes that has moved the BW concept into the BI environment. This, along with other tools in BI (such as Data Mining), has caused BW to change from a report and database workhorse to a Business Intelligence platform where the business user can review information about the actual results of a specific period as well as post data into the BW InfoProviders and be able to plan at any level of sophistication needed. As you can see, IP can take advantage of all the tools within the BI environment, including all of the front end of BW Bex Analyzer, BEx Web Analyzer, Web Application Designer, Report Designer, and Information Broadcaster. In our discussions, we will not be getting into detail about the planning-specific services such as locking, validation options, data slicing, and characteristic relationships. We will also not be investigating one of the options for front ends of IP the Status and Tracking System. Because this is used as a monitoring process and doesn t give the reporting and planning portions additional functionality but rather uses all the objects and setup developed in IP, any additional detailed discussion would move us into a totally different topic. Express Planning
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