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Transcript of Strategic planning
is an organization's process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy.
Strategic planning process
What is the difference
between strategy and plan?
A strategy is a solution to move from where you are now (A) to where you want to be (B)…or put another way, it is what you want to happen to achieve an end
A plan is how you will move from (A) to (B). As such it should support your strategy by providing a way to reach (B) that provides an acceptable balance of risk and reward
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
So your strategy is what you want to do and your plan is how you will do it.
Imagine a box on the floor that represents your organization. Strategy is choosing where to put the box, its size and even whether it is a box.
Planning is working inside the box, deciding what to do about the choices that were made.
is the compelling picture of a future that inspires people to perform
is a very big long term end result or achievement. There may be objectives, goals,action and tasks
they are things in organization that are most meaningful to you. to determine your vision and what goals you want to achieve, you must start by clarifying your own values
Are the general guidelines that explain what you want to achieve in your community. They are usually long term and represent global vision
it defines strategics or implementation steps to attain the identified goals, objectives are specific, measurable, and have a defined completion data. they are more specific and outline the "who, what, when, where, & how" of reaching the goals
it is the smallest identifiable and essential piece of a job that serves a unit of work.
(the what and why)
Strategies explain how the initiative will reach its objectives. Generally, organizations will have a wide variety of strategies that include people from all of the different parts, or sectors, of the community. These strategies range from the very broad, which encompass people and resources from many different parts of the community, to the very specific, which aim at carefully defined areas
(what change will happen; who will do what by when to make it happen)
an organization's action plan describes in great detail exactly how strategies will be implemented to accomplish the objectives developed earlier in this process
Action steps are developed for each component of the intervention or (community and systems) changes to be sought. These include:
Action step(s): What will happen
Person(s) responsible: Who will do what
Date to be completed: Timing of each action step
Resources required: Resources and support (both what is needed and what's available )
Barriers or resistance, and a plan to overcome them!
Each Group is required to work a project plan to solve the problem in the community
group members: 5 max
duration: 30 min