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10 steps to Successful Strategic Planning

Susan Barksdale, Teri Lund

Publisher: ASTD Press, 2006 , 248 pages

ISBN: 978-1-56286-457-6

Keywords: Strategy

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The 10 Steps series is designed specifically for today's fast-paced, need-it-yesterday business environment and for the thousands of workers who find themselves faced with new assignments, responsibilities, and requirements and too little time to learn what they must know. This is truly a just-tell-me-what to do series. If you need to understand, implement, or improve your current strategic planning process, this is the book for you.

The 10 steps to Successful Strategic Planning:

  • Step 1: Laying the Foundation
  • Step 2: Scanning the Business Environment
  • Step 3: Collecting Relevant Data
  • Step 4: Analyzing the Collected Data
  • Step 5: Stating Mission, Vision, and Values
  • Step 6: Prioritizing Needs and Identifying Risks
  • Step 7: Designing and Validating Tactics
  • Step 8: Prioritizing Tactics and Resources
  • Step 9: Documenting and Communicating the Plan
  • Step 10: Maintaining the Plan

Table of Contents:

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  • Step 1: Laying the Foundation
  • Step 2: Scanning the Business Environment
  • Step 3: Collecting Relevant Data
  • Step 4: Analyzing the Collected Data
  • Step 5: Stating Mission, Vision, and Values
  • Step 6: Prioritizing Needs and Identifying Risks
  • Step 7: Designing and Validating Tactics
  • Step 8: Prioritizing Tactics and Resources
  • Step 9: Documenting and Communicating the Plan
  • Step 10: Maintaining the Plan

Reviews:

10 steps to Successful Strategic Planning

by Roland Buresund last modified 2015-12-12 01:13

Rating: ***** (OK)

A very practical-minded book, that may help a person that is not at MBA-level nor very experienced. It contains loads of tools, checklists, etc., most of which are very useful, but fails to provide the underlying theories and presumptions that they have employed to get these sets.

All-in-all, an OK book.


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