Mission to Method: Charting a Course for Success through Education Strategic Planning
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Mission to Method

A discussion session on education strategic planning at AZA 2013.
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10 Questions to Jumpstart Your Strategic Planning Process

10 Questions to Jumpstart Your Strategic Planning Process | Mission to Method: Charting a Course for Success through Education Strategic Planning | Scoop.it
It's time to start planning for next year. Don't let your team come up with a brittle--and ultimately unimplementable--hodge-podge of spreadsheets. Here's how to do better.
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Good set of questions to help you decide if you really need a new plan  and what it should be focused on.

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Oregon Zoo

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Welcome to the Oregon Zoo, the wildest place in Oregon. On 64 acres in the West Hills of Portland, the zoo is a world community of animals and humans, at the forefront of animal care, conservation and wildlife education.
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Home institution of panelist Grant Spickelmier

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Why Traditional Nonprofit Strategic Planning Isn't Strategic | Network for Good Learning Center

Why Traditional Nonprofit Strategic Planning Isn't Strategic | Network for Good Learning Center | Mission to Method: Charting a Course for Success through Education Strategic Planning | Scoop.it

Why Traditional Nonprofit Strategic Planning Isn't Strategic

Becky Andrews Judging by articles I've read recently, it seems that many nonprofits are avoiding strategic planning.
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Good description of some of the key problems that occur during nonprofit strategic planning efforts.  I particularly like her critique of SWOT analyses.

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Minnesota Zoo

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Minnesota Zoo connecting people, animals and the natural world
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Home institution of panelist Carol Strecker

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Seattle Aquarium

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Seattle Aquarium home page
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Home institution of panelist Jim Wharton

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