So Much Strategic Planning (so little strategy)

Although counterintuitive, strategic planning processes, often characterized by structure, deadlines and hefty deliverables, can distract an organization from ensuring that it has sufficiently thought through its underlying strategy. The strategic plan itself is not the strategy. And the act of formulating strategy usually doesn’t fit easily within the confines of a strategic planning process. This presentation is intended to remind us of the differences between the two.

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