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Back Tailored Strategic Planning for Execution: Assessment and Risk (SPEAR) Workshop
|Department||Center for Executive Education|
|Sponsor||U.S. Naval Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center (Navy)|
This work is to tailor NPS Center for Executive Education's Strategic Planning for Execution: Assessment and Risk (SPEAR) workshop to focus on U.S. Naval Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center (SRF-JRMC) initiatives by providing education and facilitation to support the development, implementation, and accomplishment of a strategic planning process.
This tailored SPEAR is a 3-day workshop will provide a guided process to support SRF-JRMC by identifying their Vision, Mission, Values/Customer Needs; Strategic Position and Objectives; Strategic Assessment and Metrics; Risk Management and Assessment; and Strategic Communication as Risk Mitigation. Strategic objectives to be addressed during this workshop include: clearly defining their mission, so it effectively guides decisions throughout their organization; assess internal and external changes and emerging trends that impact their strategic plan; determine most important objectives for their organization to achieve, given limited resources and expanding requirements; identify distinctive capabilities that position their organization for sustained high performance; assess their objectives and select metrics that assure intended results; maximize their organizational leadership capabilities to gain support and resources for their strategic initiatives. SRF-JRMC will be bringing in approximately 25-30 executive leadership personnel for this workshop.
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