POM Powerpoint Prepare a 15- to 17-slide PowerPoint presentation. The PowerPoint presentation will be a business venture (I want it to be a winery) you want to launch or be a part of. You can use the information in the required readings and information from other reliable sources. You may use the slide notes function to explain slide contents, if necessary. ï‚· Describe what you want to do (this is a strategic plan) (five slides). o Identify the goal. o Explain why the opportunity is promising. o Make an estimate about how long you think this will take. o Make a statement about the advantages of your business and the desire to pursue it (vision/mission statement). o Distinguish strategic planning from other managerial actions within your strategic plan. ï‚· Describe why you will be successful (three slides). o Your past performance (company history, if any; what you have done and are doing) o Tools or services available (investors? services? local association?) ï‚· Describe what you need in order to do this (three slides). o Capital o Staff (organization chart); include why the staff you designated will best fit the plan o Approvals/licenses? ï‚· Describe the products and services you plan to offer (one slide). ï‚· Identify management (three slides). o You? Other owners/officers? Board members? Consultants? Attorneys? Describe why these choices best fit the plan. Reading (IF NEEDED): BUSINESS SOURCE COMPLETE -Chaneski, W. S. (2015, August). Setting goals and strategic plans. Modern Machine Shop, 88(3), 38-40. ACADEMIC ONE FILE -Gray, J. T. (1989). Strategic planning for the management business. Journal of Property Management, 54(5), 16-19. -Parke, C. (2012, January). Take a long-term view of strategic planning. Plant Engineering, 66(2), 38. EBRARY -Munde, G. (2014). Chapter 4: Supervising others. In Everyday HR: A human resources handbook for academic library staff (pp. 85-112). New York, NY: American Library Association. -Ramasamy, T. (2010). Chapter 3: Planning. In Principles of management (pp. 25-37). Mumbai, India: Himalaya. –Rao, P. S., & Pande, H. S. (2010). Chapter 4: Planning. In Principles and practice of management (Rev. ed.; pp. 44-73). Mumbai, India: Himalaya.
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