STRATEGIC PLANNING 101

Robert Roche Leading Organizations

Where is your organization headed? How are you going to get there?

In this workshop, we explore the key elements of strategic planning including SWOT analysis, Porter’s Five Forces, scenario planning, balanced scorecard, and hypothesis testing. We dive into the various factors to consider when designing a strategic planning process such as the mission of the organization, the organization’s size, the maturity and expertise of the Board and staff, financial and time constraints, data availability, and the overall organizational culture.

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

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In our Strategic Planning 101 workshop, you will:

  • Discuss the significance of strategic planning and its application to your leadership and overall organization
  • Learn strategic planning terms and specific tools to apply to your organization, including balanced scorecards and hypothesis testing
  • Review the phases of organizational growth and which phase most accurately describes your organization
  • Determine which type of strategic planning will be most effective for your organization and how to modify that type based on changing circumstances and future organizational needs
  • Understand the various factors to consider – including time constraints and the availability of data – when completing a strategic planning process w
  • AUDIENCE: High and mid-level managers and leaders
    LENGTH: 1-3 days
    CLASS SIZE: Up to 25 participants

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