Implement Operational Plan Writing Help

Certificate IV Leadership and Management-BSBMGT402

ASSESSMENT DETAILS

Task 1

Question Bank

Task 2

Workplace/case study

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ASSESSMENT TASK 1 – Question Bank

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  1. Provide a definition of an operational plan and list the key steps of operational planning?

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MANAGE OPERATIONAL PLAN

ASSESSMENT 1%

  1. Provide a definition of an operational plan and list the key steps of operational planning?

BSBMGT517

MANAGE OPERATIONAL PLAN

ASSESSMENT 1

  1. Explain why it is important when implementing plans for the acquisition of physical resources and recruitment and selection of employees to follow organisational policy and practice.
  2. What considerations might you take into account when recruiting and hiring the right person for the job? Remember that finding the right people is essential to building your team and achieving organisational goals and objectives.
  3. Explain the importance of contingency plans: why organisations need a contingency plan, who should be involved in contingency planning and the elements of a contingency plan.
  4. Explain the purpose of a budget and the use of financial analyses in relation to operations management. How do they assist with resource planning, acquisition and monitoring?
  5. What are some steps that you might follow in monitoring an operational plan and how would you apply these?
  6. What type of record keeping systems might you implement to monitor operations within your organisation?
  7. Poor work performance can happen for a number of reasons. Identify 5 indicators of poor performance and what action might you take to resolve such problems.
  8. Why is it important to provide coaching and mentoring to support teams and individuals before, during and after the implementation of an operational plan?
  9. List 6 reasons why an operation plan might need to be changed or varied in a workplace.

The 6 reasons why an operation plan might need to be changed or varied in a workplace including:

  • Changing customer needs
  • Staff issues: costs, availability, skills
  • Goals have changed due to external factors
  • Internal changes have occurred
  • Unexpected factors have impacted the plan
  • Observations/feedback from staff