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The strategic planning process is important to identifying priorities, setting overall goals, defining key actions, and communicating to stakeholders. Once created, the strategic plan then becomes the foundation for many other activities, such as budgeting and financial planning. It is important, therefore, that the strategic plan be realistic, relevant, and connected to or aligned with other planning processes. When done correctly, strategic planning can be a invaluable tool for the finance officer. This seminar will cover how to develop and facilitate an effective strategic planning process that can be used to guide decision making. Attendees will learn practical techniques, including how to involve the correct stakeholders, properly evaluate opportunities and risks, develop goals, and track results.
Chicago - GFOA Training Center 203 N. LaSalle, Suite 2700 Chicago, IL 60601
Online registration not available.
Accounting, Auditing & Financial Reporting
Capital Finance & Debt Administration
Financial Management & Budgeting
Public Retirement & Benefit Administration
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