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TOPIC: Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning 7 years, 4 months ago #201

Source: VirtualCAP
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The Springfield Partners for Community Action uses the Appreciative Inquiry Process for strategic planning. The five-step process builds on underlying strengths and values to create a vision for the future by building on what worked best in the past. 1) Define – Inquire and build on positive aspects of people and experiences. 2) Discover – Talk with people about those things within the organization that they value and would like to see expanded or extended. 3) Dream – Create shared images of a preferred future. These shared images act as a guide for creating the preferred future for the organization. 4) Design – Identify specific, do-able action steps that can move the organizations toward its preferred future. Destiny – Once the shared image of the preferred future is created, dialogue on how to align people and functions within the image, and act in ways that support that image.
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