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Strategic Vision Draft
Ensuring Stakeholder Engagement
Communicating the Strategic Vision
Living the Strategic Vision
CEC Strategic Vision Partners and Additional Resources
CEC Strategic Vision Certified Facilitators
Overview of the Strategic Visioning Process
CEC'S STRATEGIC VISIONING PROCESS:
Click on the Powerpoint Icon to view the CEC Strategic Visioning Process
Strategic Planning Process-1.ppt
Highlights of the powerpoint include:
Map of the Strategic Visioning Journey
Steps in the Process:
Setting Direction Meetings
Living the Plan Components
Follow Up Possible Deliverables
Sample Research/ Journal Articles Often Used to Prepare the Strategic Visioning Team:
Building on the Past to Create a Powerful Future
by Jan O'Neill and Anne Conzemius
Building on the Past to Create a Powerful Future.pdf
The Value of Value-Added Data
By the Education Trust
The Value of Value-Added Data.pdf
A Blueprint for Reform ESEA Reauthorization
by U.S. Department of Education (Arne Duncan)
A Blueprint for Reform ESEA Reauthorization.pdf
Creating an Aligned System-- Race to the Top
by Robert Marzano (White Paper)
Creating an Aligned System- Race to the Top.pdf
PDKappan Gallup Poll 2009 by Phi Delta Kappa
PDKAPPAN POLL 2009.pdf
What makes this process different from traditional strategic planning?
A strategic vision need to be a vision-on-a-page. Too often a lengthy vision can not be clearly communicated to all stakeholders and becomes a vision-on-a shelf.
A strategic vision needs to be grounded in mission, vision, values/beliefs/commitments to guide behaviors and actions of all stakeholders.
A strategic vision needs to be articulated by clear long-range goals that defines indicators, measures, timelines, and targets.
A strategic vision needs to identify high leverage strategies (gaps) that need immediate attention for action plan work. Action plan work needs to be lead by district or school leaders who are accountable for the results for which the action plan is focused.
A strategic vision needs to encompass what we forecast to be true about impacts from a global world. (political, economic, social, technological, demographical, and educational)
A strategic vision needs to acknowledge best practice research and what we know adds value.
A strategic vision needs to be aligned with resources and appraisal processes to be certain everyone roles and responsibilities are consistent with the vision.
A strategic vision needs to include a monitoring and reporting process to be certain there is shared accountability for improved results.
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