Strategic Planning Best Practice 12 – Planning for the Best and the Worst

Strategic plans present the best estimate of what planners, executives, and board members believe will take place within the market environment under the most likely to occur circumstances. But what of the activity of strategic planning itself? Shouldn’t an organization also be prepared to deal with best and worst case outcomes? Or should market forces be allowed to conspire unopposed to create an outcome other than that predicted?


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