Have you ever been presented with a strategy document that appears to be nothing more than a list of projects? If so, the good news is that you aren’t crazy if you thought that something was missing. A sound plan is more than a grab bag - it should bring an intangible hypothesis to life in words and images that staff members can use in their daily activities.
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