strategic planning


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strategic planning

A type of directional planning which examines broad concepts, structures and elements involved in meeting enterprise objectives, addressing one or more key questions:
What are the objectives?
Who do they serve?
How will they be best achieved?
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Implementation seems to be the hardest part in strategic planning.
Strategic planning can be broken down into four main stages:
OPPORTUNITY in the marketplace is an important part of what business owners can evaluate through their strategic planning.
The second session, also tomorrow, will focus on strategic planning in the military sector.
One of the most suitable definitions states that strategic planning is ".
The following is a basic process that is typically followed by organizations that are small, busy and have not had much experience with strategic planning in the past:
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Unveiled as the strategic planning track during the Police Officers' Credit Union conference this past May, Bator said the response was overwhelmingly positive.
By 2001, UW-Stout had created a comprehensive, collaborative, and iterative strategic planning process for developing and implementing long-term goals, short-term objectives, and action plans.
And our strategic planning model--the Rockford Action Model for Success, which we implemented 17 years ago--will be here long after I'm gone.
The strategic planning process began with the formation of a working group consisting of more than 20 NIEHS staff members and local area investigators.

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