During the strategic planning process R.E.M.C.O.R. will utilize multiple tools and assessment methods applied to your specific company’s goals. A SWOT is just a matrix or analysis tool used in strategic planning. For example, when planning and programming strategically for the nuclear comm weapon system, we utilized shareholder and current system configuration to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats that we identified and planned for across the 5-10-30 year strategic plans.
The strengths identified what the benefits were of the system currently, weaknesses identified as to what put the program at a disadvantage, opportunities were identified where we could improve or exploit things within the program to its advantage and then the threats identified were what could cause problems to the program.
The SWOT analysis is essentially one of many tools in the strategic planner’s toolbox for any given business, project or programs strategic plan. We typically create these with the use of internal and external stakeholders in the business, project or program. This has been utilized many times to develop plans as it gives the most generalized construct to where the focus of the plan should be over 5, 10 or even 30 years by identifying items that require immediate, near future, or far future attention. However, because this is generalized we take it another step further.
Due to the broad nature of a SWOT analysis, R.E.M.C.O.R., LLC, USA experts will also assign another tool such as the Political, Economic, Social and Technological (PEST) analysis for external factors to assists in the prioritization of planning objectives, or the Ansoff Growth Matrix. R.E.M.C.O.R., LLC, USA experts are trained to use many tools in performing strategic planning and have even developed their own methodology for prioritization which was adopted by Air Force Global Strike Command and the Department of Defense as individual experts. To incorporate individual expertise into the process of creating such a tool; these prioritization methodologies are calculated based on stakeholder factors, given a weighting, and then ranked as such. R.E.M.C.O.R., LLC, USA would then lead an expert professional judgment panel to ensure that the most needed items are being weighed and sorted, as well as falling in a slot in the best interest of the business, program, or agency. This process led two of R.E.M.C.O.R.’s experts from only being given a few million dollars a year for program management to being able to:
A) Meet the DoD’s programmatic needs within a given budget
B) Increase funding to AFGSC programs and budgets
C) Achieved increased funding to the Nuclear Communication enterprise to just over $1 billion dollars. It is a proven methodology and is based largely in being sorted by expert discussion that is tailored to prioritization.
R.E.M.C.O.R.’s consultants are experts in taking any 5, 10, or 30-year goal and applying it through three strategic documents: Strategic Vision, Strategic Plan, and the Strategic Roadmap. From your initial vision through the roadmap which outlines how you’re going to get there, we will create an in-depth, easy to follow guide to make your future a reality. Our future is your future, and together we can protect it.
The First Five
Strategic Vision – Review your business, program, agency’s Five-Year Vision
• Assess Five-Year Risks
o Acceptable Risks
o Non-Acceptable Risks
Immediate execution of a solution
• Solution Sets
o Individual Risk Solutions
o Related Risk Group Solutions
o Identified 5-Year Strategy Plan
Where You Are vs Where You Want to Be
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