Parks and Green Space Health Strategy Framework

The below is an example of a strategy framework applied for Parks and Green Space Health. Start the process with understanding the baseline data, develop the green strategy including how it ties to Public Health, work with Local charities and NGOs, Planning, Schools, and Businesses in the area. Obtain funding and promote initiatives in the community. Finally understand the overall benefits of the strategy.

Portal Strategy Framework

The below diagram explains the strategy on how to set up an Enterprisewide portal. At the center of developing a strategy, focus on company’s values. There are then 4 types of portals: information, collaboration, process portals and business alignment portals. Information portals are there to provide news and other information. Process portals would provide procedures and policy. Collaboration are to generate new ideas and raise pain points. Business alignment portals are to align all initiatives together.

Social Business Framework

The below social business framework diagram explains how social business needs to consider the following: market factors (competition, brand, customer expectations), social objectives (customer experience, employee enablement, supplier empowerment), social output (content on social media) and social tools (social media, community, supplier network). Social business has many attributes of other businesses but it is more people/cause oriented.

IT Financial Plan Set up costs

The following is a template of a financial plan to set up an IT business. It includes the following setting up the business costs (registration fees, legal and accountant fees), setting up of the premises and equipment (purchase of hardware, installation) and starting the operations (promotion, advertising costs, raw materials, etc.). Identify all the financial costs to starting a business is an important part of the business plan when setting up a startup.

Business Improvement Framework

The following diagram shows an approach to business improvement. Start with strategy and business case, i.e. understand your objectives and formulate what needs to be improved. Proceed to the asis state or current state of the process / business that needs improvement. Create a future state view of how it is out to be. Create a blue print or a roadmap. Proceed with the implementation and the roll out of the change. Track progress and evaluate the solution. Proceed back to the first step in the continuous improvement cycle.

Corporate Responsibility Framework

Modern corporate responsibility framework includes the following key governance components for a successful business as show in the below diagram: Responsible business (ethics, code of conduct, transparency, stakeholder engagement), Client Experience (innovative solutions demanded by clients), Environment (reducing impact and footprint), Employees (inclusion and diversity, culture, engagement, health and safety), and Community (philanthropy, investments into community). The below diagram shows the framework for balancing each of corporate responsibility components that can help your business succeed.

BI and Reporting Strategy Framework

Business Intelligence and reporting strategy framework below shows how business strategy and architecture can play together. Solution approach and strategy approach can help conceptualize business intelligence and reporting architecture. This framework encompasses systems, data entities, EDW, BI, SMI Analytics, and Audience. The BI/ Reporting architecture looks at system of records, OLTP, OLAP, Reporting Technology, Subject areas and business requirements.

The business case for climate change

The below framework presents climate change path to transformation. How to approach climate change from the business perspective, be an environmentally friendly business but continue to drive strong returns. Establish vision and direction including understanding of business drivers, governance, and technology for climate change transformation. Then proceed with the execution of the strategy including IT changes, supply chain upgrades, tax policy, etc. Next phase is to measure and monitor your climate change metrics including greenhouse gas emissions, impact to the bottom line while meeting your climate change targets.