168 - DESIGN, The Next Step in the Strategic Planning Process with Host, Sarah Boxx

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Welcome back to the No Labels, No Limits podcast! This week is a continuation of our four-part series to help you get think through how to “right-size” your 2021 strategic planning process.

Today’s episode is all about “DESIGNING” – specifically as it relates to

· DATA/INFORMATION – ESSENTIAL FOR DECISION MAKING

· EFFECTIVE AGENDA DESIGN – INTENTIONAL DESIGN FOR RESULTS

· THE STAGE TO ENGAGE – THINKING THROUGH YOUR FACILITATION APPROACH AND TEAM ROLES

“Without data, you are just another person with an opinion.” -W. Edwards Deming

When it comes to making critical decisions for your organization, such as responding to problems and adverse circumstances or planning for the future, it’s important to start with the facts and solid information.

Why is data essential for strategic planning?

It gives you an accurate picture of the current state of your organization.

It informs your understanding of the audience you serve.

It helps to predict the obstacles or challenges you may face as you work.

It allows you to set realistic goals for future growth and impact.


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