Supervisory planning

Planning is the process of deciding what objectives to move with during a later time and what to do to achieve those objectives.
I would need a written explanation of how Kim will perform each of the objectives we discussed earlier. For the organization to accomplish its objectives, I would expect Kim to write a detailed action plan breaking down each task. For the format, I would want to take each objective at a time and give a list of things Kim is planning to do, that will make that goal achievable. For example, one of the departmental goals is to increase sales by 10% this fiscal year, what actions would Kim take to give the company a 10% increase in sales.
If I were Kim, I would use the following framework. First, determine the action framework. Here, questions like, what must be done, why must it be done, when should it be done, who should do it, where should it be done and how should it be done are answered. Secondly, a brilliant plan must have a contingency plan or a backup, which gets the supervisor prepared if something goes wrong. Thirdly, in his plan to achieve objectives, a supervisor must be in line with the existing policies, procedures, rules of a company. The last issue and most remarkable thing for consideration in planning are budgeting, where the initial proposal of a budget is vested on a supervisor.