We adapt Strategic Management to the agribusiness. Strategic Management is a successful formula that has won over companies from various industries by adding new elements for systematic, continued thinking and acting. It is designed to evaluate everyday situations and compare them against one's vision of the future, thereby helping design strategic change projects whose every step is monitored and managed, from implementation until the desired results are achieved.
The Strategic Management Model to be implement will not only encompass competitive analysis activities and definitions of strategic plans, which are usually included in conventional strategic planning model, but especially translate those intentions into practical actions for the organization's routine, in such a way that the process is effectively incorporated by all employees.
Agrobiz Strategic Management Methodology
We used a variety of techniques and methods:
Activity-Based Costing, Balanced Scorecard, Benchmarking, Economic Value Added, Strategic Planning, Target Costing, and other tools.
Implementing strategic management goes through distinct stages that consider each company's different situations and circumstances.
Our diagnosis is the product of information analyzed about your company's competitiveness, product and service portfolio, operating environment, action plans, and projects underway.
Strategic management maturity:
Evaluations carried out:
- Whether goals are clear;
- Whether and how monitoring indicators are used;
- Whether indicators are regularly analyzed;
- Whether the current indicators involve the company's key issues.
At this stage, the previously studied solutions and action plans are prioritized to support the strategies and reach the planned results.
Strategic Management Implementation:
The company's culture is developed so it may act strategically without losing sight of the operation.
While focusing on the vision of the future, your company monitors the market, competition, and its own (strategic and operating) performance. The organization is engaged to support the current operations and carry out actions to enable future ones by forecasting impacts and results and effecting course corrections, if need be.
- Enables the implementation of innovative management;
- Replaces the reductionist outlook with a comprehensive, market-oriented view;
- Allows for internal adjustments that focus on the vision of the future;
- Positions the employees' efforts into projects within an organizational philosophy;
- Decreases the gaps in communication and handling of strategies that must be broken down for the organization to reach the desired, proposed targets;
- Makes the company's major goals materialize in action plans and continuous operation, based on the strategic plan.