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Implementation, Strategic Control and Contingency
Pages 6 (1506 words)
IMPLEMENTATION, STRATEGIC CONTROLS, AND CONTINGENCY Introduction A strategic plan is a step by step instruction manual that explains how an organization will move toward achievement of its objectives and how it will inform its workers what is expected of them (Allison & Kaye, 2005).
This paper discusses the strategic plan of offering and implementing new services to the clients which will in turn attract more clientele and improve its repertoire in the competitive market. This will help increase organizational goal along with satisfying the clients in a very effective way. This paper throws light on the implementation of this plan and explains the objectives, functional tactics, action items, milestones, tasks, resource allocation, and other important issues. Implementation Plan 1. Objectives The objective of this strategic plan is to search for some new services apart from filing and solving complaints of the clients, and implement those services. When a company decides to offer a new service, it has to make use of all the internal resources of the company as well as look out for opportunities in the external environment. The organization also has to look out for threats and must be prepared to face all kinds of disasters and losses. It has been proposed that Human-Care.org should implement a counseling service in which clients can have access to expert professionals in social and psychological fields. This service will benefit those clients who are themselves disturbed personalities and may be filing illogical complaints. 2. ...
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