STR 581 Implementation Plan

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Implementation, Strategic Controls, and Contingency Plans
STR 581
May 6, 2015

Implementation, Strategic Controls, and Contingency Plans
Dollar General is one of the United States leading small-box-retailer and has grown tremendously with over 75 years of retail experience. Adding continued success to the organization is imperative to incorporate an implementation, strategic controls, and contingency plans to add value and structure to the business. This paper is structured to suggest options for implementation and strategic controls plans of action for contingency plans. Include key success factors of budget, forecast financials, and a break-even chart. Also, included is a risk management and contingency plan for
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This organic growth plan is scheduled to launch at the beginning of May when sporting activities are more prevalent in families. This ideology will create a better position for the Dollar General brand and satisfy customer needs for quality products. The sales team will be required to conduct market research and give an expected time of delivery and set up for the merchandise to arrive in stores.
The Dollar General cooperation ensures that a well-established training plan in all departments is developed and implemented in line with the strategic plan. Training will assess the needs of the implementation plan and the organization as a whole. Evaluation of the training method will be used for effectiveness and suggestions for improved practices that is beneficial to the organization. It will be placed a high on the list of priorities for resource allocation. At the operational level, the managers may be requested to provide new concepts on the quality of training and educating for the new implementation plan.
Milestones and Deadlines
Tracking the sales volume is important in measuring the performance of the implementation strategy. A project has a much better chance of success if someone has documented, in detail, the project scope, system requirements, budget, schedule, business case, and technical feasibility before requesting funding. Adler, M. S. (2000). Performance monitoring of the project activities will run parallel with all parties
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