As I wrote in Associations Unorthodox, the era of strategic planning is over. For decades, the practice of strategy has been about the application of static planning frameworks to the task of solving mostly understandable business problems. Today’s strategic landscape for associations could not be more different. As social, mobile and related technologies continue to drive deep and accelerating societal transformation, associations will continue to confront increasingly complex strategic challenges that will require fresh mindsets and more dynamic approaches to address. Consider just three ways that technology is irrevocably shifting the nature of strategy, and thus how association leaders need to think about the work of strategy-making in the years ahead.