Four Tips for Better Strategic Planning
Harvard Business Review
OCTOBER 1, 2013
As a result, managers are uncomfortable actually moving into action or committing resources, preferring to stay with the business they know rather than possibilities that may or may not pan out. To overcome this inertia, ask managers to include specific, short-term experiments, whose results will communicate what works and what does not. The strategic planning process is an important part of most organizations’ operating rhythm.