Planning, Organizing, Leadership, and Control
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This paper lists the writer's personal beliefs about what planning can do for a small business owner and then describes a plan for opening and managing a beauty salon in a small town, based on the four principles of planning, organization, leadership and control. Each step of the business plan is explained and the writer shows how it was applied to the business in case. The paper concludes that all these elements are essential to the success of any business.
From the Paper:"Before engaging in the business, many plans were made to ensure success. Not only did the planning involve short-term goals but long-term goals were also set. In the planning stage, defining the course of action was priority on the list. First, I identified the need for a beauty salon in a small town. Living in an area where there is very little business, I saw a need for a salon that would accommodate the local clientele. Many of the local people were traveling 30 to 50 miles to receive services. After identifying the need, I proceeded with acquiring local and state certifications. Once, I acquired the certifications, I began to renovate the building while ordering equipment and compiling a list of services that would be provided."
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