Monthly Archives: April 2011

Can’t See The Forest For The Trees?

A classic scenario presents itself at many – most? – strategic planning exercises. You’ll likely recognize this. Once the high-level vision and mission is established, and possibly dusty, the annual set of strategic objectives are set. They may be called … Continue reading

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Strategic Abandonment

Please release me, let me go… A situation that often arises in strategic planning is that a select group gets together and comes up with a bunch – hopefully – of good – hopefully – ideas to help meet corporate … Continue reading

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Feedback from a Conference Session

A few days ago, I delivered an overview of the process of strategic planning and execution. It was at a professional day session at Pacific Contact, an annual conference for members of organizations in the performing arts sector, organized by … Continue reading

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