Long-Term Financial Planning: Keys To Implementation Success
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March 23, 2010, GFOA Educational Conference in Reno, Nevada.

March 23, 2010, GFOA Educational Conference in Reno, Nevada.

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  • 1. Advanced Tools for Finance Officers: Long Term Financial Planning Keys to Implementation Success
  • 2. Topics
    • Buy-In
    • Integration
    • Measurement
    • Continuous Improvement
    • Communication
  • 3. Buy-In
    • Elected officials
    • CEO/CAO
    • Employees
    • Public
  • 4. Integration
    • Environmental scan
    • Measures
    • Scorecards
    • Strategic plan
    • Business plan
    • Budget
  • 5. Measurement
    • Select a few measures that define successful implementation of strategy
    • Layers of measurement that allow you to “drill down”
    • Key driver analysis
    • Process management
  • 6. Continuous Improvement
    • Process management
    • Cross-functional task team
    • Analysis
    • Best practices and benchmarking
  • 7. Communicate Communicate Communicate
  • 8. Information Gathering
    • Call centers, Council meetings, letters
    • Community visioning
    • Communitywide survey
    • Transactional surveys
    • SWOT (Strengths–Weaknesses–Opportunities–Threats)
    • Advisory committees
    • Neighborhood boards
    • Town hall meetings
  • 9. Process
    • Published documents
    • Communications assets (television, magazine, newsletter, website, blog, social media, email lists, town halls, paid placement, partners)
    • Media relations
    • Public affairs programming
    • Council meetings
  • 10. Results
    • Annual report
    • “State of the City”
    • Communication assets
    • Media relations
    • Public affairs programming
    • Town halls
  • 11. The Case for Quality Awards
    • Provide framework
    • Require documentation and analysis
    • Outside review
    • Feedback reports
    • Continuous improvement
    • Recognition
  • 12. Summary
    • Listening
    • Learning
    • Planning
    • Communicating