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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 787 As a result of a strategic planning activity, an organization will likely have 6-12 significant strategic priorities or initiatives identified that combine to move the organization in a specific strategic dire

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 704 Imagine that you are in the midst of implementing a three-year strategic plan. During the first year, your team accomplished 85% of the priority strategies and achieved most of the first year objectives. How

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 608 Many organizations send their executives off to do strategic planning and then have the mid-level managers develop the one-year tactical plans. Far too often, however, the tactical plans are not at all aligne

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 974 So, you are in the midst of your strategic planning process. As part of the pre-planning activities in Phase I, you have created a briefing book to provide a common base of information for the entire planning

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 904 In a previous newsletter article, we defined four primary pitfalls to strategy execution. The Urgency Principle In most organizations, it is easy to focus on responding to what’s clamoring for our attention

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 1036 Every trainer and facilitator has his/her favorite team building activity. Some facilitators like the more active interventions such as rope courses; others prefer the more “touchy-feely” ones like trust wal

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Word Count: 1344 Most of us have been through the laborious process of developing a mission statement. If you were fortunate it only required three or four hours. For most teams it takes days. Some even require weeks. And we have run into more than

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 1406 A core component of an organization’s strategy is a clear and concise mission statement. While the mission is a core component of strategy, we strongly advise against writing a mission statement as the first

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 1097 At Leadership Strategies, we are often surprised by the number of organizations that seem to confuse the concept of goals and objectives. In fact, when asked, “What is the difference between goals and objecti

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 1577 Over my 25+ years as a facilitator, I have had the pleasure of facilitating over a hundred teams through strategic planning activities. Over that time I have experimented with various processes to try to ar

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 874 Question: What happens when an organization does NOT have a clearly defined, widely articulated strategic direction? Answer: Not what the leader wants to happen! Most leaders of organizations have a pictur

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 696 “How do I move this plan from paper to execution?” So asks the CEO of a medium-size service organization. He is frustrated. His organization is nearing the completion of the second year of a three-year pl

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 1410 A core component of an organization’s strategy is a clear and concise mission statement. While the mission is a core component of strategy, we strongly advise against writing a mission statement as the first

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 599 Typically in strategic planning we start with the question, “Where are we today?” We answer this question through preparing a situation assessment report that often includes summaries of interviews, surveys a

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Word Count: 1406 Isn't it amazing how at the beginning of just about every year, you find that you, your staff and your volunteers can put forth tremendous plans for what you want to get done - and yet, at the end of the year, the results can be consid

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 841 Success in strategy planning and execution requires input and buy-in from a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. For example, a non-profit organization needs the buy-in of funders and volunteers;

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By Michael Wilkinson, CMF Word Count: 946 A strategic planning initiative can easily degenerate into a debate over process and definitions. For example, one person may insist that the goals must be SMART – specific, measurable, achievable, relevant a

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Word Count: 658 Strategic planning is a critical activity for leaders of corporate, government and non-profit organizations alike. Through the strategic plan, leaders set the future direction and define the specific outcomes and strategies that will l




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