There are many who believe that strategic planning has to be a long, drawn out process and that the more time and effort spent, the better the end result. I don’t believe that. In my work with associations, I’ve seen many benefit from gathering staff and leadership in a room for a short period of time, giving themselves permission to talk about the things they don’t normally talk about. This type of permission-giving is the heart of strategic planning. It doesn’t need to take weeks or months to be meaningful.
Strategic Planning Doesn’t Need to Take Weeks or Months
About the Author: Mary Byers
Mary Byers helps associations gain clarity and focus through leadership conference training and facilitating strategic planning retreats, assisting task forces and work groups, and helping association staff and volunteers talk through tough issues.
- September 27th, 2017|0 Comments
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