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What is an Operational Plan? An operational plan describes how the company or organization will achieve the goals, objectives and strategies described in the larger strategic or business plan.
The operational plan includes all actions that are needed to meet the strategic plan objectives, personnel responsible for carrying out the described actions, and the timing, costs and KPIs key performance indicators that align with these actions.
The operational plan must be reviewed and updated regularly to ensure that the company is meeting outlined objectives. Sample Business Operation Plans As with our other examples, for our first sample we are going to use our fictional company, Terra Engineering for this operations plan example.
Included are the general operating procedures, human resources, insurance, and working capital requirements of the business.
Also included is a table outlining the office space requirements, asset acquisition and an outline of Terra Engineering's operational workflow. Terra Engineering will be operational year round.
Smith will be the sole employees of Terra Engineering for the first two years of operation. When additional human resources are needed, Terra Engineering has identified the persons qualified and able to assist on a contract basis for the same rate as the owner.
Wes Aaron, and environmental engineering technician will be sub-contracted to complete work as needed. It is estimated that Mr. Aaron will eventually be hired full time by Terra Engineering once demand warrants growth. Leanne White holds a Masters in Environmental Engineering and will also be sub-contracted to perform work for the company.
Eventually, Terra Engineering intends to hire Mrs.
Charles Pearson holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Environmental Engineering and has a vast technical experience base in the environmental assessment area and will be retained when needed. Also at this time, an administrative assistant will be sought.
A professional user of Auto Cad will be sought to perform various jobs for the company. It is unknown at this time who will fill this position, however, job advertisements will be put in the local papers and organizations to attract a good pool of respondents. Once hired, all employees will be covered by the Workers Safety and Insurance Board and covered for Employee Benefits.
Insurance Requirements Terra Engineering will have to incur costs for business liability insurance. Operating Capital Requirements Due to the demands imposed at start up, Terra Engineering will require that the business have sufficient working capital to meet all operational responsibilities of the business for the first three months.
Also, throughout the year there tends to be periods of low activities. Consequently, the company will experience financial pressures during these months. While much of this time will be spent developing proposals and marketing strategies, there will be a need to maintain sufficient working capital to cover these periods.
A long term strategy to maintain a positive cash flow during these periods will be to diversify the company and develop environmental training programs for certain communities. These training programs will be given during these months. In addition, Terra Engineering will require specialized environmental equipment.
These are the estimated costs associated with those investments: Further, the equipment may be leased out to partner associates during times of low activity. Operational Workflow As with any consulting firm, the operational workflow for the business is quite uniform and simple to follow.
The following is a step by step outline of how contracts are completed on a regular basis: Therefore, communication is made by the contract to the successful consulting firm.
The above operational workflow is very standard, easy to understand and within industry's norm.To access the updated Vendor Information Pages(VIP) you must select one of the options available through AccessVA Login: Veteran Small Business Owners: DS Login: Veterans (including Veterans Small Business Owners (Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) or Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) or their business representatives who are also Veterans.
A consulting business plan is written as much for you, the consultant, as for anyone else. The point of writing it is to concentrate on what's important.
That clarity is what will help you succeed. Jun 19, · Reader Approved How to Create a Consulting Proposal. Four Parts: Before Writing the Proposal Writing the Proposal Making a More Effective Proposal Consulting Proposal Help Community Q&A A consulting proposal is a document sent from a consultant to a prospective client describing a job they wish to take on and the conditions under which they will do so%(26).
Sample Proposals. The following samples don’t rigidly adhere to this format, but all of the ele- range from formal contracts to informal letters of agreement. However, all were based This constitutes a proposal tendered by Summit Consulting Group, Inc. to assist XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXX, Inc.
in the research, design, implementation and. TPC-NOLA, Inc. is a new Louisiana corporation formed for the purpose of redeveloping the former Jazzland/Six Flags site in New Orleans.
TPC -NOLA is a subsidiary of The Paidia Company. Samples show you how to write your business proposal, including cover letters, title pages, table of contents, executive summaries, cost summaries, project design details, summaries of customer needs and descriptions of your own products, services, skills and capabilities.