DIY: Strategic Planning Process That Delivers Context, Risks, Strategies and Actions

27 Mar to 28 Mar

This 2-day training will provide updates on quality improvement concepts, tools, and methodologies. Also, it aims to enable the participants to learn and experience a proven effective way of setting strategic directions for one’s organization.


  1. Introduction to Strategic Planning
    • The Industry Outlook
    • The COTO And Its Importance
  2. Revisiting VMV
    • Workshop: VMV
  3. Determining the COTO
    • Environmental Scan: STEEP-LC
    • Michael Porter's 5 Driving Forces
    • Mckinsey's 7S Framework
    • Workshop: COTO
  1. Risks and Opportunities
    • Identification of Risks and Opportunities
    • Prioritization of Risks and Opportunities/
    • Workshop: Risk and Opportunities
  2. Strategy Setting and Action Planning
    • Selection of the right strategies
    • Workshop: application to own organization
    • Presentation of selected team


  • External & Internal factors in the COTO (Context of the Organization)
  • Risks & Opportunities Registers
  • Strategies
  • Action Plans including datelines and responsible persons


  • STEEP-LC Analysis (Sociological, Technological, Economic, Ecological, Political, Legal Factors Analysis)
  • Michael Porter’s Five Driving Forces that make up the competitive environment
  • McKinsey’s 7S framework (Aspects of organization that needs to be aligned for success)


Members of Top Management, Management Representatives (QMR, EMR, etc), and Managers who are tasked with Strategic Planning.

Learning Investment:

Regular: Php 12,000 + 12% VAT
Walk-in: Php 13,000 + 12% VAT
*Fees inclusive of lunch, AM/PM snacks, training materials and seminar certificate

For confirmations and more information, please contact
Ms. Jennifer S. Mabala of ECCP at (032) 253.3387/ (032) 412.1194 or email

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