Strategic Plan

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Understanding the Strategic Planning Process

For an introduction to our Strategic Planning process, the following PowerPoint presentation may prove helpful. The presentation was developed for a class on the City’s planning processes for employees at Quality Fest, an annual quality management event held each year for City employees.

Fiscal Years 2012-2013 Strategic PlaN

Strategic Plan 2012

The City’s Strategic Plan is created using input from a variety of sources, including the Residential Survey, Business Survey, community visioning exercises, “Strengths—Weaknesses—Opportunities—Threats” analysis, staff policy and management analysis, demographic data, and economic conditions data. The plan sets the priorities for the next two years and identifies target performance outcomes (Key Intended Outcomes) to define successful implementation.

Fiscal Years 2012-2013 Strategic Planning Workbook

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The elements included in the Strategic Planning Workshop Materials include the Financial Health, Environmental Scan, Customer Requirements Analysis, Residential Survey, the Business Survey, SWOT Analysis, Performance Analysis, Key Intended Outcome Summary, and Current Initiative Update.

 

Strategic Planning Workshop Update May 10, 2012

The elements included in the Strategic Planning Workshop Update consists of economic trends and financial realities including the City’s current financial situation and future budget outlook along with the status of the Fiscal Year 2012 business plan initiatives.

Strategic Planning Workshop of march 25, 2011 and march 26, 2011

The elements included in the Strategic Planning Workshop Materials include the Financial Health, Environmental Scan, Customer Requirements Analysis, Residential Survey, the Business Survey, and SWOT Analysis.

State of the City 2011

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The City produces an Annual Report to share its successes in achieving the Key Intended Outcomes that support the City’s strategic priorities and mission. A “State of the City” event was held in January and the document was distributed to attendees. After the event, a copy was sent to every household in Coral Springs, now numbering more than 43,000.