Imagine you are an executive for BP, and you are preparing a presentation for the board of directors about the organization’s direction. Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, with speaker notes, in which you address the following: · Evaluate the planning function of management as it relates to the organization’s goals and strategies. Use steps in the planning process outlined in the text. · Analyze the influence that legal issues, ethics, and corporate social responsibility have had on management planning at BP. Provide at least one example for each. · Analyze at least three factors that influence the company's strategic, tactical, operational, and contingency planning.
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Hi,I can provide you with materials and information about the planning function for you to create a presentation. Would that be good for you?
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Hi,Here are the notes: 1. Planning is management's "fundamental function "2. Managers cannot organize, control, and lead unless they first plan. 3. Doing anything without a plan can cause financial losses, customer problems, and market losses. 4. Planning involves steps: vision; mission; objectives; and goals (Erven, 2009). 5. Vision is an idea or goal managers want to achieve. 6. A mission supports a vision.7. Once a mission is defined managers can establish the objectives.8. Once objectives are established managers can develop individual goals that support the objectives, are specific, can be reasonably accomplished, and are measurable.9. Managers must ensure plans account for external and internal factors (legal issues. economic factors, technological advancement, corporate culture, budgetary constraints, global tensions, corporate social responsibility, ethics, etc.). 10. Plans must work together with other organizational goals and abilities.Managers must understand how their plans will affect other areas of an organization (no manager's plans are an island).You can use this source here.Jane T(LLC)41067.8693736921
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This only gives me general information which I have in my books. Can you help with how I can put together for BPs organization?
Hi,Sorry, I do not have materials on that issue. I will opt out to allow others to assist you.
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