In a 1,250-1,500 word business plan that is clear and concise and utilizes business language and style, address the following using bullet points, narratives, and relevant visuals.
History or rationale for the proposed strategic initiative, including industry trend data and other relevant research.
Market analysis (internal and external) summary and explanation for how this analysis supports the proposed initiative. Include discussion regarding competition.
Measurable project goals and outcomes and their relationship to the strategic focus of the organization.
Description of the project structure including alliances, contractual relationships, etc. and explanation of how each supports the proposed initiative.
Prioritized list of project stakeholders and an analysis of the effect of diverse stakeholder cultures, values, beliefs, and experiences that need to be considered in the proposed initiative.
Table that summarizes the communication plan describing how information will be disseminated to stakeholders including the communication strategies to be used and justification for each, the types of communication channels to be used, and how the communication plan supports what you hope to achieve with the strategic initiative. Articulate the specific leadership skills you will use to facilitate collaboration and communication between stakeholders.
Keynesianism is credited to incomparable economic success during the period between the end of the second World War and 1973 industrial market economies. This was because Keynesianism emphasized the significance of fiscal policy, which caused in the perfected economic execution during the “Golden Age” epoch (Atesoglu, H.1999). Great functioning can be accredited to an intensification in the liberalization of the universal trade and transactions, uplifting economic strategies that led to minimal inflation rates in terms of buoyant aggregate demand, the amplified governmental support of buoyant internal demand, and the accretion of growth potentialities after the end of the second World. For example, GDP per capita in Western Europe augmented by 4.08 per cent during 1950-1973, the growth and expansion were seen in centrally designed economies, such as Africa , Latin America, and Asia. The “Peak” of unrivaled economic success finished after 1973, with the economic stagnation of the 1970s steering to the fall of Keynesianism. The 1970s stagnation was described by the rising rates of inflation and unemployment, and the cut-rate of economic growth. According to Keynesian criticizers, the economic stagnation credited to the erroneous expansionary strategies embraced under the disguise of Keynesian economy. For example, from 1960 until 2002, average unemployment and inflation rates were extremely low. During 1983 until 1993, the inflation decreased, but unemployment rates were up in most countries, specifically in Western Europe, which credited to hysteresis outcomes and rigidities in the labor market (Guillermo & Rodrigo 2008, 147). In the recent period of 1994-2002, it is obvious that inflation rates were minimal, but unemployment rates have raised in Western Europe and dropped in America. It is only around 1973-1983 that high inflation and high unemployment rates were recorded instantaneously. This was described as stagflation. According to Keynesianism criticizers stagflation was an inevitable inheritance of demand management policies associated with Keynesian economics (Baum>GET ANSWER