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Final Strategic Plan

Create the Final Strategic Plan. The Final Strategic Plan contains the elements of all the previous weeks’ components and incorporates instructor feedback. The strategic recommendations will be evaluated and the best options chosen for recommendation. The final strategic plan contains: 

  • Table of Contents
  • Executive Summary (350 to 700 words)
  • Company Background
  • Mission Statement
  • Vision Statement
  • Value Statement
  • Environmental Scan
  • Internal and External Environmental Analysis
  • Strategic Recommendation
  • Implementation Plan
  • Organizational Change Management Strategies
  • Risk Management Plan
  • Conclusion
  • References

Create a 25- to 35-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes to present the strategic plan, combining all relevant elements from previous weeks. The objective is to sell the strategic plan to investors or company directors. 


Notes on your final Strategic Plan: It is a PowerPoint presentation. A well-noted, well- cited one – but a PowerPoint, none the less. (Not a PPT and a PAPER).

To get full points, follow the outline below, double (triple) check that you include all citations, and use the notes pages to enable the Executive Board making the financing decision on your business strategy to make a decision whether you are there to give the presentation or not.


Use the analyses you have done in the six weeks of this class to create a complete picture. Don’t include so much on any slide that your slides can’t be viewed across the room. Use diagrams, graphs, etc. to create visual interest.

Don’t forget to triple check – are all slides formatted the same? Have you spell checked? Etc. This is your Final  MBA PROJECT – it should be as close to perfect as you can get.

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