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Can a Strategic Plan be TOO Simple?

By Robert W. Bradford,  President/CEO At the Center for Simplified Strategic Planning, we have always valued simplicity.  Lately, however, we have noticed the growing popularity of extremely brief strategic plans -many of them touting themselves as “one page strategic planning”.  While some strategies could indeed be summarized in a single page, my own belief is […]

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“What if” Oil and Water Do Not Mix – Lessons from BP

By Denise Harrison, Vice President Strategic Planning Expert Strategic planning and risk assessment – yes, you must look at what would happen if…If you fail to assess and mitigate risk during strategic planning you could end up with a BP-like disaster.  While the exact causes of the Macondo rig disaster are not yet known, it […]

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