We know that the driver for strategic planning in high success organizations is the routine periodic process. Whereas in low success organizations, the driver for planning is most likely led by significant risks/challenges.
The on-going challenge for mighty organizations is to continually grow their internal functionality. Often the strategic planning process collaboratively identifies avenues to seek out and secure additional funding and to continue to extend the agency’s services. A strategic plan will identify resources and networks and bring together the organization’s supporters.
A recent study conducted at Harvard with MBA students shows that when we work together to develop a cohesive plan and map out collaborative goals, those goals have an 80% higher success rate of achievement, and those goals typically get accomplished more quickly.
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