Complete a strategic plan for your organization of no more than 3,500 words.

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Remember you are taking the last five weeks of the papers on JetBlue Airline and making it as one. The PowerPoint would be the only thing that is new. But your not looking for new information you are putting the information you have thus far and putting it into a paper and a 10 slide PowerPOint. Resource: Implementation, Strategic Controls, and Contingency Plans assignment with facilitator feedback Complete a strategic plan for your organization of no more than 3,500 words. Update your plan to incorporate facilitator feedback from the drafts you submitted in previous weeks. Include the following: • Table of contents • Executive summary, with a 2-page maximum • Company background, organizational mission, vision, and value statements • Note. For a start-up, you should focus on the backgrounds and accomplishments of key anticipated management personnel. The goal is to convince the investor that these individuals are trustworthy and successful. • Environmental scan • Review of Week

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Jetblue: Strategic Plan University of PhoenixStrategic Planning and ImplementationSTR/581September 7, 2014Table of ContentsExecutive Summary The "Dream" team will recommend Ann Rhoades to emphasize her presentation to focus on strategically developing and leveraging human capital architecture for executing JetBlue Airlines mission and vision, while striving towards sustainable strategic success. JetBlue is invested in executing and aligning resources and processes to providing every patron the ultimate flying experience. As a result of this commitment, JetBlue has achieved the acme of being ranked highest among low cost carriers for eight consecutive years by patrons within the airline industry for customer satisfaction dating back since 2005 (Mutzabaugh, 2012). JetBlue has strategic alignments in place that can replicate South West Airlines success when it comes to managing and sustaining congruent and horizontal fit human capital architecture. The portability of executive employees from South West Airlines to JetBlue has created an organizational advantage by incorporating successful components of HCA, while avoiding disadvantageous philosophy of closed culture to innovation using their retrospective experiences to make prospective decisions. This was the first step in securing valuable company specific pivotal human capital which translates into achieving a commitment to attaining and sustaining a competitive advantage. Resource

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