PLANNING PREMISES : PLANNING PREMISES PRESENTED BY:-----
KUNAL GOSWAMI UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF:--------Prof; Hemant kawate : UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF:--------Prof; Hemant kawate DEFINIATION:----- : DEFINIATION:----- Planning premises means systemic & logical estimate for the future effecting planning.
According to Dr.C.R Terry “Planning premise are the assumption providing a sack ground against which the estimated events affecting the planning will take place”. TYPES OF PLANNING PREMISE : TYPES OF PLANNING PREMISE Premises at the view point of place.
Premises at the view point of calculation.
Premises at the view point of control.
Intangible premises Number of factor affecting planning considering the place of the factors. Some factors are internal and some are external : Number of factor affecting planning considering the place of the factors. Some factors are internal and some are external Economic Political-legal competitive Socio-cultural technological THE EXTERNAL factor are: --- Slide 8: Social cultural factor:---
Acceptance of new products
Change in lifestyle of people Economical factor:---- Fiscal factor Infrastructure Raw material Political factor:---
Law relating to business
Political interference in business Competitive factor:--
Strength & weakness of competitor
Price change by competitor
Product feature of competitor Slide 9: The internal factor are:-----
Management System Research and Development
Organization Climate and Change
Relations with the customer Slide 10: Controllable premises are:-----
Controllable premises are those that can be controlled by an organization’s actions. This are mostly internal like:
organizational policies, structure, system, process.
Uncontrollable premises are:-----
Its those which dose not controlled by organization. And those are mostly external factor like:----
Economic growth, population growth, taxation policy of government. Slide 11: TANGIBLE PREMISES;------- Tangible premises are those which can be expressed in Quantitative terms like monetary unit, unit of product, labour hour, machine hour.
e.g:-- sales forecasting. The intangible premises are Qualitative in nature and can not translate into quantity.
e.g:--- image of the company. INTANGIBLE PREMISES:------ Slide 12: STRENGTH (Internal Factor)
WEAKNESS (Internal Factor)
OPPORTUNITIES (External Factor)
THREATS (External Factor) SWOT ANALYSIS Slide 13: Planning cycle Slide 15: THANKIS FOR YOUR VALUABLE TIME