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Advice To Manufacturers Creating A Business Plan
  By: Mike Elia

If you are a manufacturer wanting to use your business plan to attract investors, then your plan must do two things. It must:

  1. Comfort prospective investors with putting their money into your hands, and
     
  2. Show why potential customers will award business to you rather than your competitors.

Business Plan Financial Projections: Stop Worrying About Being Right...
  By: Mike Elia

Business plan financial projections seem daunting because they are so uncertain. This very uncertainty, however, is what makes preparing them easy because you can't possibly be right. You can't predict the future. None of us can. All you can be is competent in the way you prepare your business plan projections.


Business Planning: Eating the Elephant
  By: Gary Clark

We really get tired of seeing the same old tired ads for business planning. It appears that what is being sold is “business in a box.” The suggestion that once completed, you will have a full business plan that any banker will fund, is false and misleading. Here are the facts: If you are writing a business plan just to get a loan, STOP, rethink your business. Getting a loan should be your last reason for writing a plan.


Improvement Planning for Taking Charge of Change
  By: Jim Clemmer
Continually improving our capabilities calls for coordination and planning. The goal of planning isn't plans, however, but action.

Improvement Planning Pathways and Pitfalls
   PART ONE of TWO
  By: Jim Clemmer
Discover the Improvement Planning approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.

Improvement Planning Pathways and Pitfalls
   PART TWO of TWO
  By: Jim Clemmer
Discover the Improvement Planning approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.

Strategic Planning And Resources
  By: Charles John Williams
The article focuses on the need for resources to be available, as required, to meet the demands of the strategic plan.

Target Action Planning - the Missing Link Between Strategy and Tactics
  By: Edmond Hennessy

Everything needed to translate your firm's Strategies into hard-hitting tactics that generate tangible results.
A proven goal-and-priority setting system that breeds accountability and revitalizes focus and purpose in your organization. Includes a proven and mature methodolgy/approach, framework, implementation plan and action plan examples.
A must-read for Leaders, Executive Managers, Department Heads and heads-up players that have been seeking the "Bridge" to implementation.


The Power of Planning
  By: Ingrid Cliff
In this article learn a simple planning process to gain clarity and focus for your business.


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