Posts tagged strategic planning
Is Strategic Planning Dead? A Response.

To strategic plan or not to strategic plan? That is the question. We at Atromitos think the answer is yes, but not the way strategic planning has traditionally been done.

Many companies and organizations have long engaged in 3, 5 and even 10-year strategic planning. But, in today’s world, that no longer seems meaningful. In a recent Forbes article, the author asserts that the “multi-year strategic plan is dead.” Instead, companies and organizations should focus on building an agile team and culture.

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Collaborative Governance 2.0: Building Buy-In Through Context and Transparency

Governance is a process through which decisions are made and implemented on a particular project or plan. Good governance is characterized by accountability, transparency, responsiveness, inclusiveness, and is consensus-oriented. But, it involves what some have called "an initial contradiction," that is, those who seek out a governance structure inherently hold more power and more information. 

But this contradiction is why participatory collaborative governance is critical to success.

In our work with clients on any number of projects, the dynamics of each team have varied greatly. But there are clear patterns that emerge, as well as clear challenges.

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