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discuss why planning is essential to an organization as well as some ramification for organization that fail to plan
Planning helps an organization chart a course for the achievement of its goals. The process begins with reviewing the current operations of the organization and identifying what needs to be improved operationally in the upcoming year. [ From there, planning involves envisioning the results the organization wants to achieve, and determining the steps necessary to arrive at the intended
destination- success, whether that is measured in financial terms, or goals that include being the highest-rated organization in customer satisfaction. ]
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