by yudaica2013 ·

A strategic plan generally consists of several stages: Stage 1: Analysis of the situation. Lets know reality in which the organization operates. Stage 2: Diagnosis of the situation. It allows to know the current conditions under which the organization performs, it is necessary to establish mechanisms to measure the current situation (both inside and outside the company). Step 3: Statement of corporate objectives. The Strategic Objectives are the future points where the organization intends to reach. These goals should be properly quantified, measurable and real, since then must be measured. Stage 4: Corporate Strategies. Corporate strategies reflect the need of enterprises and institutions to respond to market needs (internal and external) in order to “play” properly with “tabs” and “moves” right on time and right conditions. Stage 5: Action plan. Stage 6: Monitoring.The tracking or monitoring allows “control” the evolution of the implementation of corporate strategies in companies or organizations, ie, monitoring lets you know the way it is implementing and developing strategies and actions of the company, to avoid surprises end, they can hardly be compensated. Stage 7: Evaluation Evaluation is the process for measuring the results and see how these are meeting their goals. The assessment allows a “cut” at a certain time and compare the stated objective reality. It exists for a wide variety of tools.

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