operational planning

operational planning

A type of work planning which parses a strategic plan into operational periods—e.g., fiscal year or other time frame—during each of which, parts of the plan go live with specific targets for each period and clearly delineated plans for achieving those milestones, as well as which roles each person or group will play.

OP provides the basis and justification for annual operating budget requests. For example, a three-year strategic plan would need three operational plans funded by three operating budgets.
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