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Strategic Planning

A strategy offers an inspiring vision of where your organisation would like to be in three years, and describes the key things that it will take to get there.
An operational plan focuses on specific actions and detailed tasks over a shorter period of time.
The process of writing a strategic plan helps to break down barriers and improve stakeholder, staff and user understanding of the organisation and its role.
A SWOT is a summarised view of your current position, specifically your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
Your competitive advantage includes what you’re best at compared to the competition.
The mission statement is an overarching, timeless expression of your purpose and aspiration.
A strategic plan helps everyone to have a better understanding of their role, goals and direction.
Created by: Linkwest