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Implementation Plan
Tamecia Mitchell
University of Phoenix
Instructor Brian Rowland

Implementation Plan
An implementation plans describes how different objectives will be handled in an organization. It begins to define the processes, purposes and procedure of an organization.   Wal-Mart is an organization that plans ahead so that they can stay ahead of their competition. So by planning everything out and setting deadlines will allow them to see how far they have progressed over a certain period of time.   This implementation plan will include company objectives, tactics, action items/plan, milestones/deadlines, assigned tasks, and resource allocation for the organization. Also mentioned in this plan will be management strategy changes, success factors, and a risk management plan with identified risks.
Wal-Mart is a company known for its low prices and excellent customer service. Some of the objectives for this company that will be implemented continuously are as follows:
Increase sustainability
To be supplied 100% by renewable energy;
  To create zero waste;
  To sell products that sustains people and the environment.
Wal-Mart is incorporating low prices with great products. They do not want the customers to feel that they are not getting the best product for the low prices, so they incorporate both so customers can have a good product at a low price.
Increases consumer benefits (Help customer manage their money)
Ad matching
Continuously low prices
With the new incorporation of Wal-Mart’s ad match policy it gives customers the convenience they need to get all items at a low price regardless of the competitor’s price. This allows Wal-Mart to stand by its “always low price” slogan and give the customers what they want. The company is also continuously adding back products that were once part of their stores.
Give back to communities
Children miracle network
Relay for Life
Local community donations...


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