strategic Planning and Control

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Planning is deciding in advance what to do, how to do it, when to do it, and who is to do it. Planning bridges the gap from where we are to where we want to go. It makes it possible for things to occur which would not otherwise happen. - Koontz & O’Donnel Planning is a function that determines in advance what should be done. It consists of selecting the enterprise objectives, policies, programmes, procedures and other means of achieving these objectives. In his planning, the manager must decide which of the alternative plans are to be followed and executed. Planning is intellectual in nature. It is a mental work. It is thinking ahead and preparing for the future. - Theo Haimann

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Production/Operations Planning & control(A)Production/Operations Planning & controlProduction planning / Operation planning:Involves the organization of an overall manufacturing / operatingsystem to produce a product.Various activities involved are i) designing the productii) determining the equipment & capacity requirements,iii) designing the layout of physical facilities & MH system,iv) determining the sequence of operations to be performedalong with time requirements (standard times) &v) specifying certain production quantity & quality levelsObjective is to provide a physical system together with a set ofoperating guidelines for efficient conversion of raw materials,human skills & other inputs in to finished productsProduction/Operations Planning & control-contdFactors determining Production Planning proceduresIt differs from company to company. It may begin with aproduct idea & a plan for the design of the product & theentire production / operating system to manufacture theproduct.It also includes the task of planning for the manufacturing of amodified version of an existing product, using the exitingfacilities.The wide difference between the planning procedures of onecompany from the other is primarily due to the differencesin the economic & technological conditions under which thefirms operate.3- major factors determining the planning procedures are:(1) Volume of production (2) Nature of production processes(3)Nature of operations.Cont

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