Strategic Thinking for Operations

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Strategic Thinking for Operations by Mind Map: Strategic Thinking for Operations

1. figure out where you need to improve these relationships

1.1. communicate more

1.2. communicate differently

1.3. provide care and feeding (literally)

2. Porter's Generic Strategy Grid

2.1. Cost leadership

3. Porter's Generic Strategy

3.1. Cost leadership

3.1.1. Example: Tim Hortons

3.1.2. Example: GE

3.2. Differentiation

3.2.1. Example: FedEx "When it absolutely, positively has to be there tomorrow".

3.3. Focus

3.3.1. Example: Apple

3.4. what is the organization's aim?

4. stakeholder map

4.1. primary

4.2. secondary

4.3. low power

4.4. high power

5. Strategic Thinking

5.1. Create Value

5.2. Innovative methods

5.3. what is strategic thinking?

6. Delivering Stakeholder Value

6.1. For-Profit Organization

6.1.1. Profit

6.1.2. Growth

6.1.3. Market Size

6.2. Not-For Profit Organization

6.2.1. Impact

6.2.2. Return on goals

6.2.3. growth

7. Strategic Formulation

7.1. External Analysis

7.1.1. PESTLE

7.1.1.1. Political

7.1.1.2. Economic

7.1.1.3. Socio-Cultural

7.1.1.4. Technological

7.1.1.5. Legal

7.1.1.6. Environmental

7.2. Internal Analysis

7.2.1. SWOT

7.2.1.1. Resources

7.2.1.2. Capabilities

7.2.1.3. Processes

7.2.1.4. Culture

8. - Jerry -

8.1. Stakeholder Communication Table

8.1.1. Statkeholder status

8.1.1.1. Primary vs Secondary

8.1.1.2. Frequency or participation

9. Core competency

10. Case Study

10.1. International News Paper

10.1.1. Build Technology

10.1.2. Paper is becoming less popular

11. motivation

11.1. people do things for their reasons not yours

11.2. what's in it for me?

11.3. people need to feel heard

12. strategy statement

12.1. simple

13. competetive advantage

14. Course Exam