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November 1998


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Total Quantity Management
by Peter Block

New Tools For Business Success
by Gregory P. Smith


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Views For A Change

As a public school district we are nearing the completion of a five year cycle of strategic planning based on a traditional model for a public sector organization: mission, beliefs, strategic parameters, objectives, strategies. We are currently assessing the benefits of this model and examining the next steps.

What strategies would you recommend for assessing/evaluating the impact of strategic planning in our organization?
-What would you recommend as the next steps following a five year cycle of strategic planning?
- What alternative planning models might we consider as we plan for next steps?
-Are there organizations, or more specifically school districts, that you would identify as having implemented “best practices” in the area of continuous strategic planning?

Dr. Conrad (Tim) Rummel
Director, Administrative Services
Hopkins School District
Hopkins, Minn.

H. James Harrington Responds
Myron Kellner Rogers Responds

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