Strategic Planning• What do we want to  achieve?• How do we get  there?
Strategic Planning PhasesInitial formulation• Formulation• Development• Implementation• EvaluationContinued improvement   ...
Strategy Formulation    Vision statement    Mission    statement    Define    organizational    values
Vision StatementA statement to inspire stakeholders to  engage and accomplish what the  organization intends to do, for wh...
Vision statement:To implement an educational service that will revive and restore reverence for and understanding of the U...
Mission Statement• How will the organization achieve the  vision?• What makes us unique, valuable, and  worthwhile?“That t...
U.S. Constitution“We the people of the united states, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure dom...
Mission statement:To serve the American public by delivering educational programs in a fun, personable, interesting, and u...
Define Organizational Values• How will the organization conduct itself?• What will remain constant?• What will we demonstr...
Value Statement & Core BeliefsThe American Experiment; A Study of the Founders’ Republic (TAE) promotes the values of our ...
Value Statement & Core BeliefsLiberty is an expression of independent  thinking by self-government with consent  given to ...
Value Statement & Core BeliefsEducation of the public by emphasizing the restoration of the American heritage, providing a...
Value Statement & Core ValuesMorality and virtue, based on the love of God, love of our fellow man, and a Life of Justice ...
Value Statement & Core ValuesSound business and economic practices dedicated to fiduciary responsibility to TAE and the pu...
Strategy Development    SWOT analysis    Strengths, Weakness,      Opportunities, Threats    Long Term Goals (3 to 5    ...
Strategy Implementation    Short Term Objectives (< 1 year)    Action Plans    Allocate Resources    Motivate Staff
Strategy Evaluation    Review    strategies    Measure    performance
How Do We Know?    Was this what the vision looked like?    Was the mission accomplished?    What have you become?    ...
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Strategic planning 2013

  1. 1. Strategic Planning• What do we want to achieve?• How do we get there?
  2. 2. Strategic Planning PhasesInitial formulation• Formulation• Development• Implementation• EvaluationContinued improvement (repeat)
  3. 3. Strategy Formulation Vision statement Mission statement Define organizational values
  4. 4. Vision StatementA statement to inspire stakeholders to engage and accomplish what the organization intends to do, for whom, and what will it look like.“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights…”
  5. 5. Vision statement:To implement an educational service that will revive and restore reverence for and understanding of the United States Constitution, and our Founding Fathers political philosophy, thereby ensuring our liberty and unalienable rights.
  6. 6. Mission Statement• How will the organization achieve the vision?• What makes us unique, valuable, and worthwhile?“That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed”
  7. 7. U.S. Constitution“We the people of the united states, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution for the united states of America.”
  8. 8. Mission statement:To serve the American public by delivering educational programs in a fun, personable, interesting, and understandable manner that focuses on the United States Constitution, the Founding Fathers’ philosophy, and American history.
  9. 9. Define Organizational Values• How will the organization conduct itself?• What will remain constant?• What will we demonstrate each day?“…That among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
  10. 10. Value Statement & Core BeliefsThe American Experiment; A Study of the Founders’ Republic (TAE) promotes the values of our Founders. We believe that our Creator endowed all men with “unalienable rights that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness…”
  11. 11. Value Statement & Core BeliefsLiberty is an expression of independent thinking by self-government with consent given to just powers of the Republic.
  12. 12. Value Statement & Core BeliefsEducation of the public by emphasizing the restoration of the American heritage, providing a legacy for future generations, and promoting sound logic, reason and judgement.
  13. 13. Value Statement & Core ValuesMorality and virtue, based on the love of God, love of our fellow man, and a Life of Justice with eternal Vigilance.
  14. 14. Value Statement & Core ValuesSound business and economic practices dedicated to fiduciary responsibility to TAE and the public trust.
  15. 15. Strategy Development SWOT analysis Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats Long Term Goals (3 to 5 years) Identify strategies
  16. 16. Strategy Implementation Short Term Objectives (< 1 year) Action Plans Allocate Resources Motivate Staff
  17. 17. Strategy Evaluation Review strategies Measure performance
  18. 18. How Do We Know? Was this what the vision looked like? Was the mission accomplished? What have you become? Corrective action?

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