Strategic Planning

Where are you going?
How do you assess opportunities?
Limit downsides?

I work with groups to catalyze the focus of their strategic planning so the time spent zeros in on what, if addressed, will increase impact, capacity, resilience or sustainability.

Key elements:

Getting the right people involved, thinking through what you need to know and understand in the process to propel you forward, designing a process that is appropriate for your need and meets your time frame, ensuring a practical, effective bridge to action.

Key methods:

Top Strategic Planning, Appreciative Inquiry, La Piana strategy methods, Theory U

Recent clients:

Adult Day Services Network Of Alameda County,  Building Futures with Women and Children, Contra Costa County Innovation Network, Early Connections Collaborative, Opportunity Fund, Alameda County.

“Marti’s personal integrity, interest in innovative solutions, and commitment to social justice, combined with her skillful facilitation and ability to apply strategic thinking tools, has helped us renew and energize our strategic plan at key points in our organization’s history.”

—Anne Warner Reitz
Adult Day Services Network of Alameda County

“Marti’s organizational, facilitation and leadership skills were flexible and creative.  She was able to move an established task force group beyond the day-to-day workings to the future and intended direction.  Marti is an excellent facilitator!!!”

—Francine Serafin-Dickson
Executive Director, Hospital Consortium of San Mateo County

 

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