Strategy Planning

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Need to put some thoughts down here

What might be your plan to put your thoughts down? What will your thoughts look like when they are finished? What about just before that? Etc. After reversing this list you will have a great strategy plan to put your thoughts down on strategy planning! A wise man taught me all about this useful tool of Backwards Planning! ;-) --Kev-The-Hasty 12:37, 11 April 2008 (CEST)

ha ha steve-the-not-so-hasty 16:58, 11 April 2008 (CEST)

Good Quote:

"We should make plans, counting on God to direct us" (Prov. 16:9, Living Bible). Man uses three bases for planning, all of which are guided and enriched by the spirit: 1. experience, 2. intuition, 3. research. All three are really necessary, but all too frequently research is considered to be irrelevant. Yet, we have shown that the panning process demands research if it is to be done correctly, especially in analysis of the environment and measurement of effectiveness. Research is basically a collection of any type of information useful for planning - surveys may or may not be needed! (What's Gone Wrong With the Harvest, James F Engel and Wilbert Norten, ISBN 0-310-24161-8, 1975, p155)