Example Business PlanFree Business Planning Program - Example Business Plan, Plan a Business etc.
This session opens a new series
of articles containing information
and resources on planning a business, developing business plans and
etc. Each session will provide a step by step guide on how to write a
plan, how to prepare an effective mission and vision statement, a
summary a marketing plan etc.
Example business plan – Where
A business plan is a
consolidation document which specifies
the guidelines of how a business functions. It shows the strategic path
with the particular targets to reach and ways on how to reach them.
There is no such thing as a
one-fit-all example business
plan. All companies are different, have different objectives and
different clients with different needs. However, a good example
includes a shared structure and shared elements that can be adopted and
in any business plan. All
are inclusive because they contain critical ingredients of both hard
elements. Hard elements are those typically looked at as goals and
Soft elements are the intangible but essential components that include
principals and vision.
As a leader and CEO of your company it is important to work with both those elements right from the beginning. Since your business plan is going to determine the strategic path of your company, you need to do more than simply set goals. You need to design a plan that shares the entire story of your company, its uniqueness, its present status and its long-term vision as well the business conduct to be followed.
This program will not only
provide the foundation of an
example business plan, but it will assist you to practically develop a
solid enough to guide your business and fluid enough to adopt to
and situations. You
will be given tools
and resources to start or improve your business by developing its
its approach and road map to support you and your employees reach
goals. In the
end your plan will be a user-friendly tool that echoes the values and
each employee, manager and customer.
The program offers a new and
refreshed approach to business
planning; an approach that is flexible, realistic, contemporary and its
today’s business world. This approach views the plan as a living and
tool designed to change and evolve as quickly as the world changes. The
of designing the plan it’s not a static task with a defined outcome.
holistic approach with many different angles that change the dimensions
I hope you enjoy reading the
sessions as I much as I do
Session 1 - How to Plan a Business
Session 2 - Making a Business Plan
Session 3 - Marketing Business Plans
Session 4 - Business Plan FormatsSession 5 - Fress Business Plan Templates
Session 6 - Examples of Business Plans
Special Resource on helping you develop your business plan:
consider themselves a work in progress
Dr Franklin C. Ashby
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