Bravo... Fabian Garcia
Bill Carter, Business Consultant, United States
Couple of additional comments.
On your point #1... I would add "and with what resources
". Too often in strategic planning this is left unaddressed and "assumed.". Unless the "whom person" either has or is given access to adequate resources to accomplish the "what", the actions associated with the strategy cannot be implemented or its deadline will be missed with a built in excuse. In many organizations with a "political culture" this is conveniently and sometimes deviously left unaddressed. (our US congress does it all the time with "unfunded legislation.")
Regarding point #3. The issue that is often avoided with this point is when an action's status is constantly reported incomplete or held up missing its "by when" deadline
. When this happens without a real, committed accountability system in place to quickly remove and reassign an "incapable" strategic plan leader or team member, implementation is stymied and susceptible to the insidious disease of "implementation creep".