The Case for Integrated Planning

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 1:00pm


Strategic planning is a pliable term that gets attached to a wide range of activities, from defining programs and services, to budgeting, communications, information technology, and even facility planning. But these are very different kinds of activities, and should involve discrete participants, processes, tools and products. In this webinar we will look at the various kinds of planning required in a nonprofit, and see how they can intersect with and reinforce each other. By presenting planning as a composite of separate activities this webinar will provide an approach that is more strategic, more effective, and less stressful.


  • How to think about planning comprehensively.
  • Why strategic, business and program planning are best kept separate.
  • How to differentiate different planning needs, and how to integrate their results.
  • An introduction to some effective planning tools.
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