This Workshop facilitation can help ensure the effectiveness of your strategic planning process. An effective process results in well-executed plans!!

Intensive Workshop on February 6th - 7th, 2020

Planning and control is a very important aspect of every successful business operation and is actually a continuation of the strategic planning process of the business. For instance, every business must have its business mission statement, and formulate its corporate objectives and long-term strategy to continuously stay in business.

However, the objectives must be translated into short term realistic operational plans in order for such plans to materialize. It is through the realization of such short-term operational plans that the long-term plan and c prorate objectives can eventually be achieves. Many companies embark on a strategic planning process, either formerly or informally. Often, many parties in the organization are involved in the process, and the strategic planning session is a traditional occasion which brings the managers together to discuss the issues facing the company. This article is addressed to the people in the organization who have the mandate to run and facilitate such sessions. This article will address each phase of the strategic planning session.

A strategic planning session is one of the most difficult tasks of the role of the strategic planning manager: it requires the personal skills to capture the interest of the audience, the listening skills to pick up signals, the analytical skills to see the gaps and the opportunities, the synthetic mind to summarize and build consensus … However, this is where your role comes to the fullest potential: to unleash the strategic thinking of the management team, and once in a while, to force the company to step back and reflect on its strategy. Facilitating a strategic planning process is not just designing a template and having the organization fill in the gaps. On the contrary, it means carefully coaching the management team through a thinking process. Often, the actual strategic plan is even less important than the process to get at the plan.

This Workshop facilitation can help ensure the effectiveness of your strategic planning process. An effective process results in well-executed plans.

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  • Vision statement

  • To educate the participants about the principles and practices of strategic planning

  • To business analyze of current economic conditions. Planning has to be

  • To understand in the issue of a strategic plan and plan a good strategy and inappropriate.

  • Defining objectives and setting expectations

  • Category/Sector Review highlighting current market and consumer trends

  • To prepare a strategic plan for a system and a process

  • To analyze strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT Analysis) both enterprise class and business units have to be.

  • Competitive Analysis and Opportunity Review

  • To educational programs adapted to the competition and the changes that occur

  • To the participants to understand the strategic management process

  • To analyze the external environment and can lead to real jobs and business Strategic plan can be converted to a scorecard.


>> Work shop: SWOT Analysis

>> Work shop: PETS Analysis

>> Work shop: Corporate Strategy, Business Strategy, and Function Strategy

>> Work shop: Strategy Map

>> Work shop: Converting vision into performance indicators

>> Work shop: Balanced Scorecard Indicator (BSC)


CEOs, Managing Directors, General Managers/Directors, Heads, Managers, Advisors and Consultants of:

  • Business Analyst

  • Business Planning

  • Consultant

  • IS/Technical/IT Business Analyst

  • Business System/Product Analyst

  • Process Coordinator/Designer/Specialist

  • Process Improvement

  • HR, Etc.


MR. ISSRA SIVAKUL Consultant and Personal Coaching Former Vice President & General Manager, STATS ChipPAC Limited Singapore. Former Vice President & General Manager, HANA Microelectronics PCL (Thailand).

Over 35 extensive years of experience worldwide in both domestic and international electronic components leading companies such as:

  • STATS ChipPAC (SCL), Singapore

  • Cypress Semiconductor, USA

  • Dallah Avco, Saudi Arabia

  • HANA Microelectronics PCL, Thailand

  • Micropolis, Thailand

  • Minebea, Thailand

  • AMD, Thailand

  • Phillips (Signetic) Semiconductor, Thailand

Issra Sivakul served important key positions as Operation Director, Quality Director, Engineering Director, General Manager and Vice President. He highly achieved high performance organization (HPO) with manufacturing excellent program using advance technical tools and techniques i.e. BSC, PSDM for a higher results in proficiency and productivity as well as minimizing operations cost and being able to sustain key performers in the organization with effective career path development program (CPDP).

He used to operate and shut down the plant in Malaysia (SCL) within 2 years with mixed cultures of the employees namely Indian, Malaysian, Chinese and Filipino. Regardless of the diversity, there was no employee moral issue. During his watch, the operation continued to run smoothly and there were no major operational problem. The plant was able to support all of the major customers’ satisfaction until the last day of operation. Major products and employees were transferred to sister plants and other companies successfully.

He can also do very well in expanding the operations (BU), relocating products and production lines among Thailand and overseas. He is one of the experts in leadership training and is invited to share his expertise in many business circulars.

Issra Sivakul graduated with a diploma in engineering from USA, bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from KMITNB, certificate of CFO from Federation of Accounting Professions. He was also a SASIN MM (EMBA) alumnus.

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