This Five-Year Strategic Plan gives effect to our legislation.It is also well aligned with the refreshed Auckland Plan, particularly the importance of fostering an inclusive Auckland, where everyone belongs; promoting Māori and Pacific identity and well-being; and valuing our cultural heritage and the environment.
In our 2012 3-Year Business Plan, we posted the long-term vision of “Aiming to be a World Leader in the Non-Ferrous Metals Industry and an Excellent Company of Japan”, and promoted growth strategy toward achievement of this vision.
In the 18 3-Yr Plan, we are continuing to promote growth strategy to accomplish our long-term vision, however, we have made it simpler by rephrasing it as “Becoming a World Leader in the Non-Ferrous Metals Industry,” in the belief that “an excellent company of Japan” is included in the definition of “World Leader in the Non-Ferrous Metals Industry.” To achieve it, we set our targets as follows: [Nickel] annual production of 150,000 tons, [Copper] annual production interests of 300,000 tons, [Gold] new participation in mine operations through the acquisition of superior interests, [Materials business] achievement of annual profit before tax of 25 billion yen through portfolio management, [Profit] annual net income 150.0 billion yen.
Over the past five years, we have invested in the care of the collections and the iconic Domain building.
We have reached more people – onsite, offsite and online – and made a strong contribution to the wider Auckland economy.
We are aiming at increasing our corporate value by promoting three-business (Mineral Resources, Smelting & Refining, Materials) collaboration.
On March 18, 2014, the City Council adopted a 5-year strategic plan.In this Five-Year Strategic Plan, we set out our medium-term priorities.We are planning for the steadily rising levels of engagement and participation onsite, offsite and online in order to meet the needs of a growing and increasingly diverse Auckland.At the heart of the changes will be our new Tāmaki galleries, to be launched at the end of 2019.These will share the stories of our people and our place, resonating both with Aucklanders and our growing international audiences.The adoption of this plan marked a major milestone for both the city and the community which began in 2012 with the adoption of the Sunshine Ordinance.The Strategic Plan provides a clear statement of where the city is going and how it intends to get there.It includes a vision, a description of the mission of the organization, a set of guiding principles (values) that will guide actions, a set of multi-year goals that guide decisions, objectives and strategies for each goal, and a plan for implementation and accountability.Download a free business plan template on The Prince’s Trust website.You can also download a free cash flow forecast template or a business plan template on the Start Up Loans website to help you manage your finances. Get detailed information about how to write a business plan on the Start Up Donut website.A business plan is a written document that describes your business.