Business Planning – dealing with the now, the future and beyond

Part 1 – Dealing with the now

  • Explore what financial support schemes are available (Job Retention Schemes, deferring HMRC payments, business grants and loans etc)
  • Complete a business audit reviewing what is working well, not so well and put a plan to make the required improvements
  • How to manage time and awareness of different approaches to plan, prioritise, deal with tight and conflicting deadlines

Part 2 – Planning for the short term

  • Use BSA Training’s proven Business Planning model to explore
    • Mission
    • Vision
    • Business Values
    • Business Environment
    • Customers and markets
    • Product and services
    • Core competences
    • Critical resources
    • Stakeholders
    • Organisational structure
  • Develop an action plan what needs to be done, by who and by when

Part 3 – Planning long term and beyond

  • Developing new practices in line with social distancing restrictions e.g. work from home systems
  • Financing – dealing with debt and developing financing strategies
  • Restructuring the business and downsizing
  • Identifying critical employee and employee groups and redundancy plans
  • Exploring merger and acquisition opportunities
  • Developing new business continuity plans to reassess their exposure to risk
  • Supply chain management – stock levels and alternative sourcing
Delivery

Cohort Minimum

Cohort Maximum

Number of Training Sessions

Contact Hours

Skills Bank Contribution Per Learner

405

Price per Learner

£45.00

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Led by Bobby Singh since 2011, BSA Training is passionate about people development.  We believe employees are the most important resources in any business and so: “Improve your people.  Improve your business”BSA Training virtual training and development sessions are a new, innovative, user friendly and interactive way of learning. We are focusing on the things that are so important right now, such as: Managing yourself and developing resilience;Leading and motivating your staff remotely;Employee engagement, motivation and morale;Working from home and managing how you use your time;Managing customer relationships remotely and winning new business; Business development – developing new product;Business planning – dealing with the now, the future and beyond 

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