It applies to individuals working in senior roles in the organisation who have responsibility for ensuring that the organisation is positioned to ensure its long-term viability and success.
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this course.
This course is beneficial to participants in the following sectors:
– Transport and Logistics Sector
– Resources and Infrastructure Industry Sector
– Health Sector
– Forest and Wood Products Sector
– Financial Services Sector
– Creative Arts and Culture Sector
– Property Services Training Package
– Community Services Sector
– Business Services Sector
– Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Sector
Upon completion of this course, participants will possess adequate skill in:
– Skill set for managing change in the forest and wood products industry
– Skill set for leading business development in the forest and wood products industry
– Skill set for forest and wood product innovation for managers
Management and Leadership – Management
Section 1: Confirm organisational vision and mission
Section 2: Analyse the internal and external environment
Section 3: Write strategic plan
Section 4: Implement strategic plan
Evidence of the ability to:
– Consult and communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders to:
* confirm or revise the organisation’s mission, vision and values.
* validate findings of research and analysis.
* get input to and endorsement of strategic plans.
* brief relevant parties about the plan.
– Analyse organisation’s internal and external environment to formulate strategic plans including:
* background and research relevant to the plan.
* legislation, regulations and codes of practice, including for intellectual property.
* objectives, strategies and priorities.
* roles and responsibilities.
* performance indicators.
* consideration of co-operative ventures.
* cost-benefit and risk analysis.
– Seek advice from appropriate experts wherever necessary.
– Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the plan and make refinements as appropriate.
– Review effectiveness of planning processes and identify opportunities for improvement.