leo583 | Graduate
Strategic Planning For The Law Enforcement Sector
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Part II: Developing the Strategic Plan
- Determine the internal and external effects of a strategic plan.
- Determine a process to gain feedback from those affected by the strategic plan.
- Develop a strategic plan.
- Describe the components of a strategic plan.
- Identify the purpose and benefits of strategic planning.
- Identify necessary tools for strategic plan development.
Implementing the Strategic Plan
- Develop a process to implement a strategic plan.
- Develop strategies to manage plan implementation.
Measurement and Evaluation
- Identify tools and methods used to measure a strategic plan.
- Determine criteria to measure the success of a strategic plan.
- Develop measurement and evaluation processes.
- Identify a process for potential strategic plan revisions.
Strategic Planning Preparation
- Determine the stakeholders to include in the strategic planning process.
- Explain the guidelines for systems analysis.
- Identify methods to communicate the strategic plan process to internal and external stakeholders.
- Determine how potential change barriers could affect the strategic plan.
Part I: Developing the Strategic Plan
- Identify the relationship between a strategic plan and the organization’s mission and vision statement.
- Develop strategic planning objectives.
- Develop short-term and long-term goals.
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