Interactive Strategic Planning

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(see also Large Group Intervention)

Dannemiller-Tyson Interactive Strategic Planning

A 2-3 day event involving hundreds of people in and around the organization to clarify stakeholder interdependence and strategy and give input to organizational leaders. Involves much up-front advance work, task-oriented structure, and small-group interactions. Based on a vision-based theory of overcoming resistance to change.

For summary details see

Refs: Beckhard, R. & Harris, R. (1987). Organizational Transitions. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. Drucker, P.F. (1974). Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices. New York: Harper & Row.

Category Practice | Category Large Group Intervention





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