Masterclass: If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. A framework and assessment to quantify and improve the effectiveness of your strategic planning process.
Date & Time
Monday, June 3, 2024, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Alan Leeds Kris Schaeffer

Many of us play a role in steering our organizations toward the creation of strategic plans. A considerable number have established processes for this purpose. Yet, the critical question arises -- how many among us measure the effectiveness of this process and enhance it in subsequent planning cycles? Over the past two years, we’ve interviewed 12 CEOs and industry experts. Seeking to clarify how to refine and enhance the measurement of their strategic planning process, they helped us to answer these questions.

How have you guided your organization to:

• Actively seek input and feedback from external stakeholders, including suppliers, customers, and the community?
• Utilize the gathered feedback to enhance the process for subsequent strategic planning cycles?
• Identify specific areas within your organization that could benefit from improvement? Pinpointed this by department, function, and level?
• Quantifie and communicate to all stakeholders how well the strategic planning process is functioning and sought their participation in improving it?

In this hands-on Master Class, you will receive a framework developed from interviews, and then validated by three organizations who used the findings to enhance their process.

In our masterclass we will
• Review our findings of the maturity model (F.E.A.T.) framework the 12 elements (best practices) to evaluate an organization’s maturity
• Let you complete the automated questionnaire to develop your current and desired assessment of your organization’s strategic planning process • Benchmark your performance against our database of findings • Compare these assessments to develop ‘the gap”
• Utilize the gap to set targets to enhance the elements in your next strategic planning process Measuring the strategic planning process and taking action to enhance it is crucial. As a result, strategic planning efforts gain recognition and momentum setting the stage for the development of next cycle’s plan.

Location Name
Banff (M Floor)
Full Address
Fairmont Palliser
133 9 Ave SW
Calgary AB T2P 2M3