1-2 weeks (1 hr meeting with Owner/CEO, Strategy Director and Facilitator (if necessary) to discuss information collected and direction for the continued strategic planning.) Who is going to be on your strategic planning team?You need to choose someone to oversee the implementation (Chief Strategy Officer or Strategy Director) and then you need some of the key individuals and decision makers for this team.Finding the right time for your group to get together and take a fresh look at your future can be difficult when the daily details of running the business are staring you in the face.Still, it’s imperative to know that your future plans still make sense and your current projects are aligned with that future.
If you're just starting your plan, take a look at our Introduction to Strategic Planning.
It is now time to conduct an update to our strategic plan for the next five years.
To facilitate that process, the University Planning and Budget Council (PBC) has established a strategic planning process that embraces shared governance, as required by our regional accrediting agency, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and our own internal policies and practices.
To assist you throughout your planning process, we have created a how-to guide on The Basics of Strategic Planning which will take you through the planning process step-by-step and keep you on track.
The strategic management process is about getting from Point A to Point B more effectively, efficiently, and enjoying the journey and learning from it.