The traditional approach to strategic planning often yields documents lacking the focus or flexibility necessary to achieve future growth. Community banks and credit unions need a process that is as much about strategic thinking as it is about strategic planning – a process that navigates conflicting priorities, builds consensus, promotes resilience, and presses bankers to step outside of their comfort zone.
This session will show banking executives examples and case studies illustrating where and how planning has become an ongoing process rather than an singular event. Learn how to refresh and recalibrate the strategic planning process in ways that reflect the realities of our increasingly digital world while placing a stronger focus on the consumer and the competition.
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