The overlooked component of strategic planning
Creating a vision for a community’s future used to be similar to a rendering of an unbuilt home. It presented a declaration of what the desired outcome should look like, but with little to no tangible details about how to get there. This led to many lovingly crafted, well-intentioned (and often expensive) strategic plans left sitting on the proverbial shelf.
Today, forward-looking local governments are approaching strategic planning, and the implementation of those plans, differently.
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