Corporate Planning and Reporting Strategic Planning Template (31 slides)
The corporate planning and reporting function is strategic to government agencies but often neglected. Examples of opportunities include: increased use of analytics tools and techniques; collaborative software/shareware to support knowledge management and sharing across the organization; benchmarking nationally and internationally to identify best practices; increased focus on strategy implementation and execution; predictive models to identify emerging issues and changes in client demand and expectations.
This template will help you to ensure a plan is in place to leverage the corporate planning and reporting function within your agency. The template includes a range of elements that can be chosen from and revised as need be, depending on the scope and focus of your planning objectives:
- External trends (environmental scan)
- Stakeholder expectations of the corporate planning and reporting function
- Scope of planning and reporting activities, objectives and outcomes
- Strengths, weaknesses and key challenges (internal scan) facing the corporate planning and reporting function
- Risks and mitigation measures
- Workload trends and projections (workload forecast)
- Financial situation and key financial pressures
- People priorities and competency gaps (see example in preview charts)
- Performance/ results achieved
- Status of current planning and reporting initiatives and projects
- Strategic priorities and projects
- Accountability for leading and delivering planning and reporting projects
- Project implementation plans.
The template contains information and examples specific to the corporate planning and reporting function for external trends, stakeholder expectations, risks, activities, workload indicators, skills and competencies, and performance indicators.
For a modest cost, you will receive an email with a link to download the template (31 slides) in a PowerPoint fully editable format.