Strategic Planning Broken Down into Manageable Actions Part II
July 21 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm$50
In Part 1 we covered over ten ways you can work now to prepare yourselves and your organizations to engage in strategic planning. In Part 2, we will briefly review these key discovery activities, but then we will dive into how you use these valuable findings to build an effective plan. Even if you didn’t attend Part 1, there is still a lot to learn about how to make the strategic planning process manageable for you and your staff.
In this session, we will cover topics such as:
Validating your mission, vision, and values
- Identifying SMART goals that are actionable
- Establishing objectives, strategies, and tactics that support your goals
- Continuing to engage key stakeholders as you plan
- Testing the waters via scenario testing and/or stakeholder persona analysis
- Calculating and articulating your plan requirements
- Developing metrics that matter and timeframes that make sense
- How quick wins provide momentum for long term change
By popular demand, we will leave time at the end of our session to answer your specific questions about planning challenges your organization is facing. Whether you have no experience in strategic planning or are in need of a review of the processes and latest techniques, please join us to get your organization on the right track to charting a viable trajectory forward.
Typical participants are:
- Executive directors
- Board members
- Senior staff responsible for strategy and planning
Robin Yates is an Affiliate Consultant at Support Center. She specializes in the areas of strategic planning, developing partnerships, program design and implementation, managing transitions, and organizational management. Robin focuses her work on nonprofit organizations and government agencies (certified WBE) in the areas of the arts, healthcare and social justice. In her work and personal life, she enjoys bringing people together to achieve a common goal. Previously, Robin spent 26 years at IBM, where she managed acquisitions and divestitures, negotiated outsourcing agreements, helped launch new business initiatives and managed a major brand across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Robin currently serves on the board of the Berkshire Kripalu Community, and has previously served on the boards of Denver Partners and Colorado Women’s Employment and Education. Robin received her BS from Vanderbilt University, an Executive MBA from the University of Colorado, and a Certificate in Arts Administration from NYU.
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