Five Essentials of Strategic Planning (Blog)
October 10, 2013 Editor 0
Strategic planning is not just a functional exercise. It means the difference between being a struggling nonprofit and an innovative, cause-driven organization changing the world. Creating a culture that believes in planning is paramount not just to survive a project, but to thrive long after the project is complete. Strategic planning takes ideas, inspiration, and down-in-the-dirt hard work to make transformations.
As discussed in Dana O’Donovan and Noah Rimland Flower’s Stanford Social Innovation article, “The Strategic Plan is Dead. Long Live Strategy,” today strategy must break free from a static plan that just sits on the shelf; it must become more adaptive and directive.
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