Clarify your mission, vision, and core strategies—then create the right structure and accountability to realize them.

This planning process produces a focused strategy and plan (two-day on-site visit) and installs the prioritized action initiatives within two months (one-day on-site follow up visit).

Benefits of Strategic Planning

This process guides you manage your organization as a whole entity, not a collection of parts.

Each step logically and systematically builds on the next, blending together the strategic (planning for tomorrow, today), operational (managing today, today) and financial (funding it all).

You will:

  • Gain clarity from multi-dimensional perspective tools and cross-functional interaction.
  • Discover the truth of existing and emerging realities.
  • Encourage creativity and surface new ideas.
  • Clarify your vision.
  • Experience alignment as your team begins to see your organization as a whole, not a collection of parts.
  • Create unity as each team member relates his or her role to the strategy and plan.
  • Establish accountability through personal ownership and responsibility.
  • Focus on what’s important now, increasing performance and minimizing wasted effort.

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Looking for another kind of support? Read on to learn how the Health AssessmentStaffing & Structure Review or Action phases of our process could help.