strategic planning Tag

 

The start of a new year brings an opportunity for organizational leaders to reflect and plan for a productive and effective year ahead. At turner4D, we like to guide our clients through a series of questions that sift through the clutter of the day-to-day to take a deep dive and a hard look into the prospects their future can bring. Here we provide you a resource you can take into a planning session which will immediately surface a strategic plan.  These questions are best used in a group brainstorming session with the main decision makers in the organization.  We’ve found it’s often preferable to have the session off-site of your office and lead by a facilitator. Of course, we would be delighted to facilitate yours. Setting Strategic Goals The key to creating sets of strategic goals is to ask the right questions.  Questions like: What do you want to achieve?  Reach high. Go big. Be clear. To get you started, imagine you decide: -You want to grow your organization’s foundation funding by $2m in 2016. -You want to get a particular piece of legislation passed. Who needs to do what to meet that goal? Be specific. Who on your team needs…

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