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    The four stages or steps in production planning and control are: Routing, Scheduling, Dispatching, and; Follow-up. Initial two steps i.e. Routing and Scheduling, relate to production planning. Last two steps i.e. Dispatching and Follow-up, relate to production control. Now let's continue our discussion further to understand each step in detail. 1. Routing

  • The Basic Steps in the Management Planning Process

    Apr 24, 2015 · The basic steps in the management planning process involve creating a road map that outlines each task the company must accomplish to meet its overall objectives. Establish Goals

  • 8 Main Steps Involved in Planning Process

    Jun 22, 2016 · This article throws light upon the eight main steps involved in the planning process of an organisation. The steps are: 1. Perception of Opportunities 2. Establishing Objectives 3. Planning Premises 4. Identification of Alternatives 5. Evaluation of Alternatives 6. Choice of Alternative Plans 7. Formulation of Supporting Plan 8. Establishing Sequence of Activities.