Strategic Planning Part 1: Cultivation & Organizational Development Edit Title

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Strategic planning should be a means not only to produce a strategy, but also to engage and cultivate stakeholders, develop leadership, and generate new energy, commitment and consensus around mission. Its primary product is not a written plan, but strategic thinking within the organization, which is achieved through a process of planning followed by a process of implementation. A well-conceived and managed planning process can be the most effective form of organizational development.

• What benefits to expect from an effective strategic planning process
• How to approach and structure a strategic planning process for your organization
• How to get broad buy-in in any organization
• Tools to use for assessing your situation, engaging your constituencies, developing an effective plan, and implementing it

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Strategic Planning I: Cultivation & Organizational Development archived at
Strategic Planning 2: Plan Development live at or archived at
Strategic Planning 3: Implementation, Measurement, Reporting live at or archived at

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