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Richard Rowe

Excellent post, Sandy and I will certainly "borrow" your definition.
However, I would also add that effective implementation of the strategic plan (irrespective of the success of the strategy) is a function of the extent to which it is understood throughout the organisation. Therefore communication of the strategic plan, and the contribution that everybody makes to it, must be part of the strategic planning process itself.

Sandy Richardson

Thanks Jen - glad you found it helpful! Sandy

Jen McCleve

I think that is is a great definition of what strategic planning is and how it works. Thanks for the tips and ideas. Great work on the article.

trucking dispatch

We have to do the planning by strategy. If we make planning just for making then it is worth. So make planning which is going to useful for us in the future.

Sandy Richardson

Thanks Phil! Sandy


Age old question indeed, another great post Sandy! I like the series of questions and reference to "attibutes". I think this gets the emphasis off the technical components of a strat map and scorecard which is intimidating for less experienced organizations, but gets at the elements that are required for completing the work.

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