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PLANNING
It deals with:
• Set priorities and organize them
• Allocate the time between activities
• It is one of the most important keys to
the success of a project

Benefits of Planning
• It saves time through organization
• It motivates people to complete tasks
• It reduces the work to do
• It promotes the review and the analysis of time
• It reduces anxiety

The Process of Planning
• Define the activities of the project
– Define, in addition, the goals
• Sequencing the activities
– Define, furthermore, the times
• Estimate the durations
– Estimate, in addition, the costs
• Develop the the Planning
• Check the Planning

STRATEGIC PLANNING 
The Strategic Planning
• It is a set of activities (from the
definition of the mission, to each
operative choices) that allows to
achieve the goals of the organization
• It plays a key role enduring the
balance between short and long-term
management logics.

The strategic planning process is carried out
in the drafting of a document called
"Strategic Plan" which consists of four
components:
1. Mission
2. Goals
3. Strategies
4. Activities portfolio

Company Strategies
Company Strategies are the logics of action that drive
an organization towards achieving its objectives:
They can be based on three different approaches:
1. Products/markets
2. Competitive advantage
3. Value
The choice of approach and of its strategy is
determined by the cohesion with the mission and must
consider:
1. Enhancement of specific skills
2. Company resources
3. Capacity in the organization

Activities Portfolio
• Method used to determine the allocation of
enterprise resources between different
Strategic Activities of Business
• Among the portfolio models proposed there are
two that have become points of reference:
1. Model BCG (Boston Consulting Group)
2. Model GE (General Electric)

Model BCG
The Strategic Business activities are classified according to two
dimensions:
A) Relative Market Share (high, low);
B) The growth rate of the market sector (high, low)
A. Require resources for expansion and protection from entry of
competitors
B. Provide financial resources
C. They can provide financial resources
D. They require a lot of resources if you decide to bet on them

SWOT ANALYSIS
What is the SWOT Analysis
It is conducted on the strenght points
(Strengths) and weakness points
(Weaknesses) that differentiate the
company from competitors, in order to
bring out the ‘Opportunities’ and ‘Threats’
arising from the external environment,
under which it is trying to interpret and
predict the evolution of the market in
which the company operates.

SWOT: Strengths and Weaknesses
• Experience and competence of the
proposers
• Reference markets
• Technical and Productive Aspects
• Organizational Aspects
• Financial Aspects

SWOT: Threats and Opportunities
• Possibility of obsolete
products
• Increasing of the
competition
• Extremely risky market
• Changes taking place in
the Market
• New Markets
• New Technologies
• Changes going on in the
market and in society
• Possible strategic
alliances

RISK MANAGEMENT 
Phases of risk management
methodologies
The Risk management involves three steps:
• risk identification,
• risk assessment,
• risk treatment.
It consists of two parts:
- Decision-making on measures to be taken
- Implementation

Risks Analysis
There are two critical issues in this phase:
1. The identification and the recognition of the
causes that can determine the happening of the
event;
2. The difficulty of quantifying the frequency and
seriousness of the risks R = F x M
where:
R = Risk,
F = Frequency,
M = Magnitude (seriousness of the consequences)


 PLANNING

PLANNING

  PLANNING Clic to read

  Benefits of Planning Clic to read

  The Process of Planning Clic to read



RISK MANAGEMENT

  Phases of risk management methodologies Clic to read

  Risks Analysis Clic to read



SWOT ANALYSIS

  What is the SWOT Analysis Clic to read

  SWOT: Strengths and Weaknesses Clic to read

   Clic to read



STRATEGIC PLANNING

  The Strategic Planning Clic to read

  Company Strategies Clic to read

  Activities Portfolio Clic to read

  Model BCG Clic to read

PLANNING
It deals with:
• Set priorities and organize them
• Allocate the time between activities
• It is one of the most important keys to
the success of a project

Benefits of Planning
• It saves time through organization
• It motivates people to complete tasks
• It reduces the work to do
• It promotes the review and the analysis of time
• It reduces anxiety

The Process of Planning
• Define the activities of the project
– Define, in addition, the goals
• Sequencing the activities
– Define, furthermore, the times
• Estimate the durations
– Estimate, in addition, the costs
• Develop the the Planning
• Check the Planning

STRATEGIC PLANNING 
The Strategic Planning
• It is a set of activities (from the
definition of the mission, to each
operative choices) that allows to
achieve the goals of the organization
• It plays a key role enduring the
balance between short and long-term
management logics.

The strategic planning process is carried out
in the drafting of a document called
"Strategic Plan" which consists of four
components:
1. Mission
2. Goals
3. Strategies
4. Activities portfolio

Company Strategies
Company Strategies are the logics of action that drive
an organization towards achieving its objectives:
They can be based on three different approaches:
1. Products/markets
2. Competitive advantage
3. Value
The choice of approach and of its strategy is
determined by the cohesion with the mission and must
consider:
1. Enhancement of specific skills
2. Company resources
3. Capacity in the organization

Activities Portfolio
• Method used to determine the allocation of
enterprise resources between different
Strategic Activities of Business
• Among the portfolio models proposed there are
two that have become points of reference:
1. Model BCG (Boston Consulting Group)
2. Model GE (General Electric)

Model BCG
The Strategic Business activities are classified according to two
dimensions:
A) Relative Market Share (high, low);
B) The growth rate of the market sector (high, low)
A. Require resources for expansion and protection from entry of
competitors
B. Provide financial resources
C. They can provide financial resources
D. They require a lot of resources if you decide to bet on them

SWOT ANALYSIS
What is the SWOT Analysis
It is conducted on the strenght points
(Strengths) and weakness points
(Weaknesses) that differentiate the
company from competitors, in order to
bring out the ‘Opportunities’ and ‘Threats’
arising from the external environment,
under which it is trying to interpret and
predict the evolution of the market in
which the company operates.

SWOT: Strengths and Weaknesses
• Experience and competence of the
proposers
• Reference markets
• Technical and Productive Aspects
• Organizational Aspects
• Financial Aspects

SWOT: Threats and Opportunities
• Possibility of obsolete
products
• Increasing of the
competition
• Extremely risky market
• Changes taking place in
the Market
• New Markets
• New Technologies
• Changes going on in the
market and in society
• Possible strategic
alliances

RISK MANAGEMENT 
Phases of risk management
methodologies
The Risk management involves three steps:
• risk identification,
• risk assessment,
• risk treatment.
It consists of two parts:
- Decision-making on measures to be taken
- Implementation

Risks Analysis
There are two critical issues in this phase:
1. The identification and the recognition of the
causes that can determine the happening of the
event;
2. The difficulty of quantifying the frequency and
seriousness of the risks R = F x M
where:
R = Risk,
F = Frequency,
M = Magnitude (seriousness of the consequences)





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PL_COU - English

Project Management


Training Fiche: 4

Online Course: 5

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STRATEGIC, SWOT, RISK MANAGEMENT



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