Ep 16.5 Is There Actually a Valid “Just Keep Things Going” Strategy?

Your organization is about to conduct its annual strategic planning process. From all indications, this will be another “business as usual” effort, intended to check the box. The time horizon, after all, will only extend for four years, maximum.

No-one expects anything out of the ordinary to emerge from it – this is a ritual in which prior performance is improved on by a few percentage points.

But are expectations too low? And if this to be the norm each year, should a plan require more than just a single person making simple edits?

Is there a problem with this approach?

Tune into this episode to join me in tackling this wicked problem. Enjoy this complimentary episode of the podcast.

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