BP-Management Planning

By: Vanessa Casey
MGT/230
March 14, 2016
Michael Goldberg

About BP

BP is one of the universes driving worldwide oil and gas companies, providing its clients with fuel for transportation, vitality for warmth and light, retail administrations and petrochemicals items for regular items. Our history is loaded with revelations, beginning in 1908 with oil found in a rugged part of Persia after a long and troublesome inquiry. From that point forward, revelations large and little (and now and again just at the last possible second) have fuelled our progress.

What we do?

Find oil and regular gas
Extract it from difficult to reach places
Move it from area to sea
Make valuable items from it
Also create low carbon power
Try dependably to work securely and responsibly
Building development offices

Process of planning

Direction of organization
Analysis the situation
Create alternative goals
Evaluate your options
Make a decision
Implement the decision
Evaluate the outcome

Direction of Organization

We strive to be a safety leader in our industry, a world-class operator, a responsible corporate citizen and a great employer.
We are working to enhance safety and risk management, earn back trust and grow value.
Keeping a relentless focus on safety is a top priority for us.
Good management of risk helps to protect the people at the frontline, the places in which we operate and the value we create
We understand that operating in politically-complex regions and technically- demanding geographies, such as deep water and oil sands, requires particular sensitivity to local environments.
We continue to enhance our systems, processes and standards, including how we manage contractors.

Analysis the situation

Relieve and wipe out circumstances that put the organization at danger

building trust and connections is the key for Goal straightforwardness

Improve objectives so elucidations are clear

Have a more extensive vicinity in the groups we serve

Imparting is vital to building trust and connections

The Alternatives

Question by the group
Absence of produced income
Expanded wounds to our group
Absence of learning with respect to BP
Misperceptions in regards to BP
Conceivable expansion income by the opposition

Goals

Perceive potential for our vicinity to affect the lives of indigenous groups
Affectability to group removal as a consequence of our organization ventures
Complete Revenue straightforwardness with governments, non-legislative associations and global offices
Oversee ecological sensitivities and the potential effects on communitiesCreate a society of Safety

Oversight

Perceive potential for our vicinity to affect the lives of indigenous groups
Affectability to group removal as an aftereffect of our organization ventures
Complete Revenue straightforwardness with governments, non-legislative associations and universal organizations
Oversee ecological sensitivities and the potential effects on groups
Make a society of Safety

Types of Plnning

Strategic Plan
Tactical Plan
Operational Plan
Contingency Plan

Refrence

Bateman, T.S & Scott, AS. (2011), Management: Leading & collaborating in a competitive world (9th ed.); Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection database.
Google Image. (2016). Retrieved from https://www.google.com/search?q=BP&biw=1242&bih=585&site=webhp&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiK6ZT_6cHLAhWLLyYKHQhOCnMQ_AUICCgD#imgrc=lZ7AuH9f36v00M%3A