Prd 024 Characteristics of the JAR&A StratGap Strategic Gap Analysis Process Created by James on 6/23/2013 8:22:49 AM
The following is an overview of the characteristics of the StratGap process:
1. Backward linking
The plan links back to the original Executive level Strategic Snapshot analysis so projects are directly derived from executive evaluation of issues and priorities.
2. Critical activities
The critical projects and plan actions approach drives out the activities and projects that will do the most to achieve the desired improvement on a ranked and prioritized basis.
3. Executive constraints
Pragmatic and practical assessment of executive and senior management constraints results in practical plans with realistic deadlines and delegation.
4. Systematic and structured method
The method provides a systematic and structured means of undertaking the high level conceptualization of projects and activities.
5. Mechanism for short to long term planning
Provides a mechanism for short, medium and long term planning in a way that is sustainable and achievable and if followed through will support a culture of continuous organizational improvement.
6. Drives to an integrated project plan
Drives through to an overall integrated holistic Strategic Action plan that takes account of high level considerations in a single worksheet.
I hope that this outline has given some idea of the characteristics of the StratGap process and gives some idea of why it is such a powerful and effective tool.
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