When developing a strategic plan, a technique we like to use is VMOST: Vision, Mission, Objectives, Strategies and Tactics. A strong strategic plan is developed in this order, starting with the vision. Developing your organization's vision is so much more than jotting down a few quick lines and calling that a vision statement.
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Thanks to your feedback, we've been able to release our latest version of our custom video course that will help you to create a clear and focused strategic plan. By taking this course, you will be able to create a plan that your team can understand, buy in to, and move forward with as a team.
Developing your strategic plan can be daunting - especially if you're not sure where to begin. Whether you have the resources and staff in house or are looking to work with outside consultants, these articles and resources share best practices that will help you evaluate, create and execute a strategic plan, while also creating alignment and getting buy in from your team.
If you are looking how to set strategic priorities as part of your strategic planning process, this webinar will help you write, identify and develop your objectives and strategic priorities.