HAMG 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Strategic Planning, Procrastination

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1. compare and contrast strategic planning to day-by-day planning. Strategic planning moves through various levels of channels such as day-to-day planning by supervisors at operating levels that plans to get the work done in order to achieve those long-goals made by top management. Planning is a special form of decision making: it makes decisions about future courses of action. Therefore, the steps in making a good plan resemble those in making a good decision: defining the goal, purpose or problem is accomplished by formulating the objectives to be achieved in a set time frame. These goals can very between stragetic and day-by-day planning. Collecting and evaluating revelant data is the second step in which involves gathering neccassary data in order to predict the outcome of a plan. The third step is to devlop alternate course of actions in order to still achieve the set goal.

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