Mis Case Study in Chemical Industry

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INTRODUCTION
Designing and creating effective information system is a complex task and several techniques have been developed to manage organization and build information system. Management Information System goal is to enable managers to make better decisions providing quality information. MIS can be the foundation of a business but it can also be expensive. It is important that the information system should be designed and organized to match the needs of the firm.

A Chemical Industry comprises the companies that produce industrial chemicals. Central to the modern world economy, it converts raw materials into different products like oil, natural gas, air, water, metals and minerals. Philippine Sinter Corporation has a high responsibility to produce sintered ore with excellent quality and in the required quantity. In coping with the recent high steel demand in the world, PSC guarantees a stable supply to customers based on strong competitiveness.

Philippine Sinter Corporation started its operation in year 1977 and since that time it has continuously operated and has accumulated a production record of 125 million tons in 2008. During PSC’s long history, enormous kinds of activities have been carried out to make progress in both operation and administrative fields. Ever since, PSC is playing the important role as processing company supplying sintered ore for JFE steel. In responding to the high steel demand recently, PSC is continuing to enhance its performance in both production and quality in order to pursue much higher productivity of JFE Steel blast furnaces.

1.2 PLANNING SYSTEM

CORPORATE PLANNING
MANAGER

IMPLEMENTATION
Implementation is an essential part of the corporate planning process, and organizations that develop corporate plans must expect to include a process for applying or implementing the plan. The specific implementation process can vary from organization to organization, the manager must be dependent largely on the details of the actual strategic plan, but some basic steps can assist in the process and ensure that implementation is successful and the strategic plan is effective. Implementation, in essence, pulls a plan apart and diffuses it throughout an organization. Every unit within the organization which is involved must then accept the plan, agree to its direction, and implement specific actions. In order to effectively and efficiently implement a plan, all individuals involved in its implementation must function as a whole or the plan is destined for failure.

MONITORING
The Corporate Planning Manager must monitor the implementation of the Strategic Policies of the Ministry based on the strengths, weaknesses, current and future environment of the company. Monitoring is a continuous management function that aims primarily at providing programme managers and key stakeholders with regular feedback and early indications of progress or lack thereof in the achievement of intended results. Monitoring tracks the actual performance against what was planned or expected according to pre-determined standards. It generally involves collecting and analysing data on programme processes and results and recommending corrective measures. CAMPAIGN STRATEGY

The Campaign Strategy is the road map for the campaign. It ensures that all campaign activities work to achieve the campaign's overall objectives; it is also the reference point for evaluating the progress and success of the campaign. Having a Campaign Strategy is also effective for communicating plans to other stakeholders, including fundraisers and other financial decision-makers, in order to gain their participation and support. The purpose of strategic or long-range planning is to assist an organization in establishing priorities and to better serve the needs of its constituency. A strategic plan must be flexible and practical and yet serve as a guide to implementing programs, evaluating...
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