Development

DEVELOPMENT

A company that finds itself on the market mainly asks itself questions:

# What is the meaning of existence on the market – the goal of the company?

# How to make it possible – the goal of the company?

Mostly the solutions to these issues lie in development and adaptation. Namely, the complexity of the market system, rapid changes, more demanding consumers, imposes the need for continuous business improvement. Change or adjustment occurs on three basic resources:

# offer (product or service);

# target market – clients;

# work methodology;

         Research and development are becoming fundamental factors in a company’s development. Investing in knowledge in a relatively short time improves the market position and ensures the future of the company itself. “A plan is nothing, and planning is everything” – is just a set of words that summarizes business policy. It means, a rough analysis of the past, an analysis of the environment, a prediction of the future and the activities of the company in the direction of achieving the desired future. This approach enhances the company’s ability to monitor the performance of its activities and enhances the company’s ability to control the company’s disorder.

          The system / structure of a company is a combination of labor and capital. Multi-system analysis shows what are the possible forms of combinations of labor and capital. It should be borne in mind that only one combination is optimal for each system, all others give a more unfavorable business result of the company.

          The activity / presence and even the awareness of the company in time and space is of crucial importance along with the business strategy. In addition to existing plans, it is important to be active in planning each individual action that may be of a different time horizon – a quick switch from possibly different business processes.

          The realization of an activity or the probability of an event as a function of time is uncertainty and risk. In order to reduce this risk, it is necessary to set, in addition to the main implementation plan, narrower time periods in which certain operational tasks would be completed. They should also represent certain independent units, but also a part of a larger, longer-planned business strategy.

      The initial momentum, the success of the company in the first phase of its existence is reduced if development and investment are not approached in a timely manner. Any time compensation is more expensive and very often irrecoverable.