PLANNING & ASSESSMENT
Today planning for the future often occurs in a context charcterized by uncertainty and complex changes.
The rapid pace of change in markets, technology, global competition, and supply and demand, often displaces plans or renders them obsolete before they have been fully implemented.
Further, a wider range of stakeholders is demanding input into the decision making process.
Demands of government, local communities in which organizations function, and special interest groups, as well as employees, are straining or exceeding the capacity of traditional approaches to planning.