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Planning Deconstructed

Planview Reource

5 Types of Planning Crucial to Delivering on Strategy with a Dynamic and Continuous Approach

Wouldn’t it be great if achieving company goals and objectives were as easy as the crow flies: Winging it from point A to point B via the quickest, most direct route possible? Instead, it’s more often like a slog over a mountain range: Getting a group of people to traverse all sorts of difficult terrain amid constantly changing conditions and a limited amount of visibility and resources. These circumstances make it difficult to thrive in this era of digital business.

Consider the types of planning that may be going on in your organization: project financial planning, annual planning, strategic planning, capacity planning, roadmapping, and more. This purpose of this paper is to outline different planning types and what a more continuous and agile approach to planning looks like. Assess your capabilities across each type and determine your organization’s maturity level. You’ll understand what it takes to create plans that enable you to continuously connect strategy to delivery

Wouldn’t it be great if achieving company goals and objectives were as easy as the crow flies: Winging it from point A to point B via the quickest, most direct route possible? Instead, it’s more often like a slog over a mountain range: Getting a group of people to traverse all sorts of difficult terrain amid constantly changing conditions and a limited amount of visibility and resources. These circumstances make it difficult to thrive in this era of digital business.

Consider the types of planning that may be going on in your organization: project financial planning, annual planning, strategic planning, capacity planning, roadmapping, and more. This purpose of this paper is to outline different planning types and what a more continuous and agile approach to planning looks like. Assess your capabilities across each type and determine your organization’s maturity level. You’ll understand what it takes to create plans that enable you to continuously connect strategy to delivery