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Action Planning Frameworks

Action planning frameworks and worksheets describe in detail the actions to be undertaken as components of the chosen strategy options. They provide a logical and clear layout for understanding each action: who will do it when and why.

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Assessing and Developing Tourism Resources

"The purpose of this module is to guide a committee of individuals through the process of community tourism development in an organized and informed manner."

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Building the Base

A) Ensure your key decision makers are adequately informed about the challenges, steps, and resources involved. B) establish criteria for your working group to screen the enterprise opportunity ideas that are generated. C) Choose the best 3-6 opportunities for pre-feasibility study. D) apply what you've learned to do a "second cut" for those opportunities in which to invest more detailed feasibility research

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Business and Community Survey

A survey should be developed according to the context in which it is being implemented. While one can solicit a great deal of information, the collected information is worthless unless it is analysed and used. It is best to solicit responses that can be entered into a database (e.g., ACCESS software) easily. To maximise the versatility of the information collected, the opportunities and constraints of such data management systems in terms of data organisation, standardisation, and analysis, should be understood when designing and implementing any survey.

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Chapitre 7 Mise au point d’une stratégie financière

Une fois que l'institution a conçu ses produits financiers, complété ses projections de portefeuille et d'épargne, et budgétisé ses produits, charges et acquisitions d'actifs, elle est prête à mettre au point la dernière pièce du plan opérationnel, à savoir la stratégie financière, qui doit garantir la disponibilité des ressources nécessaires au financement des activités projetées.

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Check-list de l’analyse de marché, de la concurrence et des groupes cibles

Grâce à cette évaluation de votre produit ou de votre service, vous découvrirez quelles sont vos chances de concrétiser votre idée commerciale avec succès sur la marché. Important: discutez absolument les résultats et les constatations de l’analyse de marché avec des spécialistes indépendants ou des tiers. Ainsi, vous évitez de mal interpréter les informations et de tirer des conclusions émotionnelles et subjectives.

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Comment évaluer la faisabilité d'un projet d'entreprise

L'analyse de faisabilité est un outil permettant au propriétaire d'une entreprise d'évaluer un changement proposé. Il peut s'agir d'élaborer un nouveau produit, d'améliorer un produit existant, de modifier une stratégie de commercialisation, de prendre de l'expansion ou de conclure des ententes.

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Comment préparer une étude de faisabilité pour un projet d’immobilisation

Le présent guide a pour objet d’aider les CPE à préparer leurs projets d’immobilisations. De manière plus précise, il les orientera dans la présentation des renseignements nécessaires à l’acceptation de leur projet. Pour déterminer la faisabilité de son projet, un CPE devra, le cas échéant, produire partiellement ou en totalité les renseignements décrits dans le présent document. Le guide administratif pour le Programme de financement des infrastructures et autres subventions liées à des projets d’immobilisation précise les obligations du CPE à cet égard. Dans tous les cas, un CPE devra produire sa propre étude pour établir la faisabilité de son projet.

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Community Contracting

Through community contracting, a community with a direct beneficial interest in a project takes the responsibility for all or part of the infrastructure construction, rehabilitation or maintenance works under an appropriate contractual relationship (e.g. with the contracting agency or main contractor). Community contracting allows receiving beneficiaries of a project to be direct partners in the undertaking of the project.

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Community Development Capacity Index: Community Self-Assessment Survey

"Is an assessment tool that provides a framework for communities to benchmark or evaluate the impact of community development initiatives."

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Community Planning: Strategic Planning

"Help communities document their assets and set goals to meet the economic challenges facing rural places in the 21st Century."

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Complementary and Comparative Analysis

Understanding the local area’s relative competitiveness and opportunities for collaboration requires looking at other municipalities or communities located nearby, within the same metropolitan area or region. Examining places outside the vicinity but that are similar in size or economic function may also lend understanding to the competitive environment in which the local area operates (see Action Document for some insights). This process can also serve to identify opportunities for complementary or cooperative economic development between communities. Seeking out opportunities to collaborate can help address local issues better and increase national and global competitiveness.

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Co-op Assessment Tool

This tool outlines a series of 21 question that are important for determining the feasibility of a proposed Co-op.

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Creating Strategy Options

Identifying strategy options by designing and choosing the best action or group of actions, is the heart of strategic planning. Creating the best actions are the ultimate means to achieving the local area’s objectives – they are what all the previous steps in the process have been designed to allow the LED planning group to do. Be creative and open-minded.

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Defining the Question - Understanding the Triggering Event

"* The LED leader, core group and/or stakeholder group may want to use these questions to guide in the development of a focus question for the LED process. * A well thought out LED strategy is much more difficult to achieve if you start out from the wrong place. * A well-focused decision problem, that understands resource limitations and the main reason why a strategic planning process for LED is being pursued, has a better opportunity to succeed."

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Developing a Monitoring Framework

Monitoring is the continuous process (daily, monthly, annual) of routinely gathering information on all aspects of a project or programme. It should be a collaborative process with all the stakeholders involved in some aspect: collection, evaluation, review, etc. It is used to: * Inform decision-making on project implementation; * Analyse the current situation; * Identify problems and find solutions; * Discover trends and patterns

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Developing a Vision

The vision process is important because it allows the participants to think about the issues of LED and to reach a level of common understanding. However, a tremendous amount of valuable initial energy can be wasted in a workshop on the vision process. Use this process as an ice breaker, as a way to get a group going. Remember, the Vision is a reference point, not an analytical tool.

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Entrepreneurial Profile

Using a Lickert scale (1 to 10, low to high) rate yourself, your manager, your organization's board, and your organization as a whole on 25 characteristics of entrepreneurship.

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Evaluating Strategy Options – Final Value Analysis

Before evaluating the chosen strategy options, all of the consequences of the strategy options on the objectives should be established (see Tool 6b) and a consequence table used to display the results. Once the consequences are well understood, the participants should be asked which strategy option they prefer and why (i.e., why the specific impacts on objectives of certain actions are relatively more important). New and better strategy options can then be developed based on value trade-offs between participants.

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Evaluating Strategy Options – Technical Analysis

Before evaluating strategy options against stakeholder preferences or values (see Tool 6d), all the consequences of the proposed strategy options on the group’s objectives need to be established, to the best of the group’s ability and the available resources. A consequence table, or objectives by strategy options matrix, is a good way to organise this information and allow for a technical evaluation of the strategy options. It also allows for the strategy options and potential trade-offs to be identified, reviewed, discussed, and consensus-building options to be developed.

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