Ken Goldstein, MPPA
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There are many ways to go about the Strategic Planning process, each with its own advantages. Whatever method you choose, we will work to ensure that your board and staff are all headed in the proper direction to achieve your organization's mission.
Depending on your particular situation, we may use either a Vision-Based or a Problem-Based approach to planning process.
Your finished plan document will include goals with measurable objectives, along with timelines and names for accountability. Your plan may also include SWOT (Strenghts, Weaknesses, Opportunities, & Threats) analysis or other research.
When we first meet to discuss your situation we can decide how detailed and how long a process your organization needs at this time. To begin the discussion, please contact me at ken at goldstein.net or by phone at 408.396.3677.
Rates: Once we decide on the proper process for your organization we will also agree on either an hourly rate or single cost for your entire planning process.
Geographic Limitations: The complex nature of these assignments limits them to the immediate areas of Silicon Valley, Santa Cruz County, the Peninsula, and East Bay.