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These are just a few of the ways your strategic planning process can produce a plan that is disconnected from your organization. When that happens, you wind up with a strategic plan that sits on the shelves of your employees, as they go back to doing what they were doing before you interrupted their daily fire fighting with a strategic planning process.

Your strategic planning process does not have to fall into this trap. It’s avoidable if you do the right types of planning for planning and then eagerly, actively, and honestly engage all the appropriate parts of your organization in contributing to the strategies you develop.

If you are concerned about your organization’s strategy being disconnected from important aspects of your organization, contact us, and let’s talk about how to make strategic planning productive and integral to running your company in the year’s ahead.

In the interim, here are multiple articles to start going deeper into creating a well-connected strategic plan:

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Founder of The Brainzooming Group, and an expert on strategy, creativity, and innovation. Mike is a frequent speaker on innovation, strategic thinking, and social media.

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