Strategic Planning Needs Assessment

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The Simplified Strategic Planning Process

Take this Strategic Planning Five Minute Needs Assessment.

Rate your company's performance with regard to the most critical elements of good Strategic Planning and Management by responding to the following 15 statements:

1 = Strongly Agree 2 = Agree
3 = Disagree 4 = Strongly Disagreee

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  1. Top executives take formal responsibility for the organization’s Strategic Planning.
  1. Strategic Planning is a top priority activity that is performed on a regular basis.
  1. Our company consistently follows a defined set of procedures in our Strategic Planning process.
  1. Our organization has written goals and objectives.
  1. Our objectives are measurable and have associated action plans with a time frame and specific resource allocations.
  1. Our company regularly assesses its operating environment including information about our markets and customers.
  1. Our external analysis identifies key opportunities and threats.
  1. Our company analyzes its business operations objectively.
  1. Our internal analysis identifies the key strengths, weaknesses and competencies of the organization.
  1. After reviewing our internal and external analysis, the strategic diagnosis culminates in identifying key strategic issues.
  1. Our company has a written strategy and makes strategic decisions based on the Strategic Plan.
  1. Our company clearly assigns responsibility for action plan implementation and reconciles resource allocation and availability.
  1. Our company reviews its strategic progress regularly and revises strategic decisions as appropriate.
  1. Our company has aligned everyone in the organization with our strategy.
  1. We achieve at least 75% of our strategic objectives.


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