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12
Sep
Posted by Debbie Stocker , stored in: Innovation  Our News  Strategic Planning  

Our Agile Strategy Planner is a brand new tool that enables you to create a dynamic strategy. We’ve been using it in our work with clients for just over a year now and thought that it was about time to release it into the wild!

The Planner acts as a bridge between strategic intent—that is, your vision, strategic priorities and core objectives—and detailed implementation. It allows you to take your intentions and to rapidly prototype what these might look like in reality. As you visualise how one objective impacts another, you’ll quickly be able to see whether your strategy is realistic and if you need to scale back your plans or can in fact afford to be even more ambitious.

Well documented strategic plans are important but there’s a danger that they become a weighty tome sitting on a shelf gathering dust. Their relevance can also be fleeting for those firms that operate in fast-moving, unpredictable markets. We wanted to create an approach that was different. As a tool, the Agile Strategy Planner is flexible, collaborative, transparent, easy to use and visual. It’s also suitable for all kinds of organisations—from software to services, corporates to charities, and everything in-between.

We’ve released the Agile Strategy Planner under Creative Commons so it’s free to use and adapt, even commercially. The only requirements are that you share alike under the same license and that you give appropriate credit to us, the Planner’s original creators.

We’ll be sharing more of the thinking behind the design of the Agile Strategy Planner soon but in the meantime, find out more by viewing the SlideShare below—the short guide has all the lowdown you need to get started. Free downloads for both the 3-year and 5-year planner are also included or simply download now.


 
If you use the Agile Strategy Planner in your organisation, if you have thoughts, feedback or ideas that you’d like to share, or if you progress our work under creative commons, we’d love to hear all about it! Do drop us a line and feel free to share on Twitter #AgileStrategyPlan

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