You spent weeks, maybe even months, developing your latest strategic plan. It required meetings, retreats, discussions, research and endless analysis. You argued tooth and nail over just the right phrasing as you carefully wordsmithed the document. And now copies of your plan are freshly filed in everyone’s top right desk drawer.
It probably won’t get implemented. You see, most strategic plans, even the ones that cost big dollars to generate, never impact the world o ...Read more »