All too often, strategic planning coordinators are frustrated by an inability to coordinate critical meetings such that all required individuals are able to attend. While strategic planning should be a high priority for all executives and senior managers, so are a great number of other tasks. To ensure the needed executives and managers are available, thereby making the most effective use of their time, it is important to schedule these critical meetings far in advance. By using strategic planning calendars, coordinators will have the prerequisite insight to schedule meetings far enough in advance to avoid conflict with other priority gatherings.
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