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You wouldn’t get in a car to go somewhere without a plan in place that you wanted to go to and a path you were going to travel to get there. As obvious as it seems that an organization should have clarity on what they are trying to achieve in the next several years and a plan on how to get there, many don’t. Strategic thinking and creating a strategic plan is a higher level of work and a much needed skill for most organizations.
What. Good strategic plans requires: the ability to look at something from a systems level perspective, abilty to look longer term, ability to drive decision making and then channel that into a plan with good metrics. Essentially this work is about orchestrating a series of expansion and contraction exercise to