Topics: Management, Strategic management, Logistics Pages: 3 (325 words) Published: April 26, 2014
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Organizational Planning Worksheet

Complete each section below. Be sure to cite your sources when necessary.

1. Fortune 500 Company name

J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.

2. The company’s internal and external stakeholders

Internal stakeholder’s
External stakeholder’s
Mr. Kirk Thompson
Mr. John N. Roberts, III
BNSF railway
Mr. David G. Mee
Excelsior's Collage
Mr. David Chelette
Customers, and Wal-Mart (largest customer)
Mr. Craig Harper
Wabash National Corp (makers of the trailer box containers)
3. Company’s mission and vision

Company’s mission

"We forge long-term partnerships with key customers that include supply chain management as an integral part of their strategy. Working in concert, we drive out cost, add value and function as an extension of their enterprise." (J.B. Hunt, 2014, Para. 1)

Company’s vision

“Our vision involves selling world-class transportation service solutions in a completely new way. By leveraging our 35 years of industry experience and four distinct service offerings, we provide our customers a total supply chain solution” (J.B. Hunt, 2014, Para. 1)

4. Company goals

At least one company goal that can be accomplished through a strategic plan

Expand the J.B. Hunts logistics management courses to colleges beyond Excelsior's Collage Quantifiable CRS services

At least one company goal that can be accomplished through an operational plan

Expand the truck maintenance crew by July of 2014
Decrease the rate of accidents both in warehouse, and on the road

5. SWOT analysis

53 years in business
Maintenance expenses increased
Contractual business relationships
Poor performance of DCS and JBT divisions.
Diversified product portfolio
Less cyclical business model
Growth in global companies (Best Buy, Wal-Mart)
Highly regulated industry
Growth in the US and Canadian...

References: J.B. Hunt, (2014) About Us retrieved from:
J.B. Hunt, (2014) Marketing & Sales retrieved from:
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