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Is Strategic Planning Passé?
Dr Robin C Hesler, Canada, Member
Is strategic planning in the traditional sense passé? It may very well be given the rapidly changing environment organizations face especially in technology including social media and the collapsing financial world. Maybe one should be planning for only 1 year, assessing and revising the corporation's strategies. The rigid structure of strategic planning may need a new model. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Focus on Objectives Rather Than Detailled Action Plan
Andre Vanasse
Perhaps we spend too much time to build a detailed action plan while doing the strategic plan. Models we had were directing us to do so.
We should concentrate on establishing general objectives for 2-3 years.
Then focus annually on building a yearly action plan based on those objectives giving us the opportunity to review changes in both external and internal environments.
 

 
The Human Factor in Strategic Planning
P. ter Horst, Strategy Consultant, Chile, Member
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Strategic Planning
Dr Robin C Hesler, Canada, Member
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Strategic Plans Can no Longer Be 'Hardwired'
Barri Blauvelt, Professor, United States, Member
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Strategic Planning is Needed. Short and Long Term
Javier Carrera, Mexico, Member
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Strategic Planning Needed but Do it Well !
Augusto Carreira, Partner, Portugal, Member
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Strategic Planning? Yes, But not Carved in Stone
Tony Wasserman, Professor, United States, Member
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Long Term Strategic Planning
Eduardo Montes, Consultant, Mexico, Member
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Strategic Planning Must be Flexible and Provide Options
Larry Chaitt, Writer, Croatia, Member
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Contingency Planning
Timmy Baksh, Analyst, Trinidad and Tobago, Member
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Sense & Respond Factor in Strategic Planning
Jaffer Hussainee, Consultant, Japan, Member
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What is Strategic Planning?
Madan Gopal Agarwal, Business Consultant, India, Member
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Ability to Change or Improvise Requires Constant Assessments
Magnus Lavman, Partner, Sweden, Member
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Change of Strategic Factors
Arunas Beksta, management consultant and trainer, Lithuania, Member
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Strategic Planning Now Requires Continous Monitoring
Prof. Alkis S. Magdalinos, Business Consultant, Greece, Member
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Is Strategic Planning Passe
John L Smith, Consultant, United States, Member
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Strategic Learning Rather Than Planning
MICHAEL PETIT, PHD, Director, Australia, Member
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Abandoning Strategy is Unwise
Tom Griffin, Analyst, United States, Member
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Future of Strategic Planning
JAWAD, Teacher, Pakistan, Member
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FAST LEARNING is a Key Competitive Advantage
Sallmann, Manager, Belgium, Member
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Is Strategic Planning Passé?
Tero Kaleva, Partner, Finland, Member
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Strategic Planning Passe?
karel sovak, Professor, United States, Member
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Strategic Planning Passe
kamholtz, United States, Member
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Strategic Planning NOT Passe
James Hoker, Student (Other), United States, Member
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'Change is Fast and Planning is Useless' - Mantra
Brian Flagg, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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Unused Strategic Plans
Suleiman C. Muttani, Consultant, Tanzania, Member
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Strategic Planning is Only One Piece of the Puzzle
Tayo Aduloju, CEO, Nigeria, Member
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What is Planning For?
Erdohegyi Gabor , Management Consultant, Hungary, Member
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Is Strategic Planning Passe?
Vijay Jassal, Entrepreneur, India, Member
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Strategic Planning is Important
KATHRYN STEINER, MBA, Entrepreneur, United States, Member
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Empowerment and Orchestration
Gabriel Ramirez, Professor, Colombia, Member
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Turbulent World Needs More Than Strategic Planning
Tatyana, CxO / Board, Russian Federation, Member
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Connecting Organizational Competences to Market Demands
Anyebe, Peter, HR Consultant, Nigeria, Member
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Strategic Planning not Time Bound
BNYa, Consultant, India, Member
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Strategic Planning is Time Bound
Augusto Carreira, Partner, Portugal, Member
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Strategic Planning is Time Bound
Prof. Alkis S. Magdalinos, Business Consultant, Greece, Member
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Strategic Planning - Can't See What's Changed
Sabine Pitcher, Manager, United Kingdom, Member
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Strategic Planning not Time Bound
KATHRYN STEINER, MBA, Entrepreneur, United States, Member
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Strategic Planning not Passe.. Meaning Evolving..
KATHRYN STEINER, MBA, Entrepreneur, United States, Member
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Is Strategic Planning Passe
Prof. Alkis S. Magdalinos, Business Consultant, Greece, Member
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Is Strategic Planning Passe
Daniel Schneider, Business Consultant, United States, Premium Member
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Collaboration in Strategic Planning
KATHRYN STEINER, MBA, Entrepreneur, United States, Member
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3 Different Levels of Strategic Planning
Merryck Leigh, Business Consultant, United States, Member
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What Makes Strategic Planning Inflexible
Prof. Alkis S. Magdalinos, Business Consultant, Greece, Member
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Strategic Planning
Timmy Baksh, Analyst, Trinidad and Tobago, Member
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Strategic Planning Must Be Parly Inflexible and Partly Flexible.
KATHRYN STEINER, MBA, Entrepreneur, United States, Member
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Strategic Planning is Evolving...
Dr Gary Jones, Business Consultant, Australia, Member
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Strategic Planning Needs Adaptation
Lazaro Tobon Vallejo, Teacher, Colombia, Member
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Type of Strategic Planning Needed
Dr Gary Jones, Business Consultant, Australia, Member
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Is Strategic Planning Passe?
Prof. Alkis S. Magdalinos, Business Consultant, Greece, Member
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Business Model Trumps Strategic Planning
Merryck Leigh, Business Consultant, United States, Member
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Future Objective is Required
Clark Brady, Strategy Consultant, United States, Member
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We Need to Focus on Why the Assumptions Don't Reflect Reality
MICHAEL PETIT, PHD, Director, Australia, Member
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Strategic Inertia is an Increasing Liability?
Merryck Leigh, Business Consultant, United States, Member
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Is Strategic Planning Passe?
Ted Garrison, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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In Turbulent Times, Strategic Plans Should be Revised More Often
Prof. Alkis S. Magdalinos, Business Consultant, Greece, Member
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Strategy must Balance Short-term and Long-term
Ted Garrison, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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Typically Strategic Planning is Focused on the Wrong Entity
Ted Garrison, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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Strategy is Journey
Ted Garrison, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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Strategic Planning is More Profitable
salem ahmed, Manager, Yemen, Member
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What is 'strategy' Itself and Role of Strategic Planning
rajiv gupta, Business Consultant, India, Member
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