Comprehensive Business Plan Development Guide
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The Comprehensive Business Plan Development Guide
New business planning documents are often presented to senior executives and board members in a variety of formats. Sometimes, vital information and supporting details are missing or not readily found, requiring reworking of the plan. Both leadership’s and petitioner’s time is wasted.
Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Comprehensive Business Plan Development Guide is a detailed handbook for developing concise, coherent and complete business plans for presentation and review by hospitals’ senior leadership and executive boards. It guides planners in the development of consistent, complete and efficient business plans for each unique opportunity.
- The Introduction—basic purposes and criteria that mandate the preparation of a business plan
- The Outline—proper information order flow
- The Narrative—outline description including content requirements and hints on how to find such information
- Recommended Exhibits and Appendices including:
- Your review group members
- Data sources
- Quarterly business plan evaluation form
- Business plan exhibits
- Excel spread sheets
- Effectively evaluate business plans and their success
- Organize business development methods
- Develop concise business plans for presentations and review
- Streamline business development presentations
- Reduce preparation time
- Standardize presentation formats that are easy to review
The Comprehensive Business Plan Development Guide has been used for all key projects across Johns Hopkins Medicine including the creation of Joint Venture between Johns Hopkins Medicine and a technology company to commercialize and offer to other hospitals a technology service used at Johns Hopkins; the expansion of the oncology in-patient and out-patient programs; and the creation of a new entity that will serve the international market by helping them construct and run hospitals.
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