This school for children with autism actually had too many strategic plans—and too little action—which was preventing them from meeting their goals. Not so, any longer.
Serial strategic planning with few results had been the culture here for too long. Though the plans of previous years were well intentioned, the actions required were overwhelming to an already strapped staff and board. We worked with both staff and board members to facilitate a new strategic planning process that produced practical, do-able, meaningful results. Progress is currently underway!