As we work on in our second year of implementing
, we are confident that the plan addresses elements of both planning and
innovation for enhanced programs and services.
We are immensely proud of our continued success. We are also conscious that our achievements and growth depend on our ability to avoid
complacency, take responsible risks, and provide value-added opportunities for students within a creative and dynamic environment.
“...while, typically, strategic planning has the intent of disciplining thought, strategy innovation has the intent of exploring
future possibility. As a leader, when you do strategy innovation first and then strategic planning, you fulfill your total
accountability of addressing the organization’s performance today ANDproviding growth opportunities for tomorrow.”
Professor and author Robert Johnston
1. Retrieved from:http://innovationzen.com/blog/2006/08/23/strategic-planning-vs-strategy-innovation/
2. Retrieved from:http://insigniam.com/enterprise-transformation-results/do-strategy-innovation-first-then-do-strategic-planning/
Today to tomorrow
Tomorrow to today
Extend current values
Create new values
Fit the business model
Create a new business model
STRATEGIC PLANNING AND STRATEGIC INNOVATION
Anne Marie Kee, Executive Director of CAIS, has guided member schools to a helpful site that elaborates on the
differences between strategic planning and strategic innovation.