At moments of crisis, when the cycle of learning is compressed and responses must be formulated and implemented within days, and sometimes hours, the ability to call on the collective knowledge of others is like gold. Leaders in business, government and nonprofit organizations around the globe are scrambling to develop new strategies to address the massive disruption created by the coronavirus. Huge numbers are doing it virtually, a new, unfamiliar, and for some an uncomfortable environment.
The Association for Strategic Planning is calling on the collective knowledge of its members and contacts to crowdsource ideas for tools and techniques people have successfully used in virtual settings to support strategic plan development. We’re interested both in what worked well, and what did not. We are focusing on virtual strategy development because of the urgency of the moment. We will address virtual strategy execution in a future conversation.
Click here to share your ideas and experiences via the Thoughtexchange platform. The exchange survey includes one key open-ended question, plus two simple demographic questions and will be open Tuesday, April 7, 2020 5pm EDT.
Results will be shared during a webinar panel discussion engaging leaders and members of ASP’s Professional Development, Thought Leadership, and Member Engagement Committees on Wednesday April 8 at 12:00 PM ET.
Note: Registration for the live webinar is free to ASP members, $15 for nonmembers. The recorded version of the webinar will be posted to the ASP website and made available with free access to all.
We’re in this together, let’s learn from one another and advance the art and science of strategic plan development.