Creating and Implementing Your Strategic Plan: A Workbook for Public and Nonprofit Organizations

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Wiley, Nov 12, 2004 - Business & Economics - 120 pages
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Creating and Implementing Your Strategic Plan is the best-selling companion to John Bryson's landmark book, Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations. This new edition of the workbook is completely revised and updated and can be used as a stand-alone resource or as a companion to Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations. A step-by-step guide to putting strategic planning to work in public and nonprofit organizations, this indispensable workbook includes easy-to-understand worksheets and clear instructions for creating a strategic plan tailored to the needs of the individual organization.

From setting up the meeting room to establishing a vision of the future, every step of the strategic planning process is covered. The workbook shows how to:

  • Refine your organizationís mission and values
  • Assess your internal and external environment
  • Identify and frame strategic issues
  • Formulate strategies to help manage the issues
  • Create, review, and adopt the strategic plan
  • Assess the strategic planning process

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John M. Bryson is a professor of planning and public affairs in the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, in Minneapolis. He consults widely on leadership and strategic planning with public, nonprofit, and for-profit organizations in the United States and abroad. He is the coauthor of† Leadership for the Common Good and Visible Thinking: Unlocking Causal Mapping for Practical Business Results.

Farnum Alston is the founder and president of The Crescent Company in San Anselmo, California, an international consulting firm that specializes in assisting public and private clients with strategic business and technology planning. He is a former partner of KPMG Peat Marwick and a former deputy mayor and budget director of San Francisco.

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