FY 2017 – FY 2019 Strategic Plan
Jubilee’s Strategic Planning Process
The Jubilee Association Board of Directors reviews its Mission Statement and core values every three years.
Jubilee’s three-year strategic plan involves a six-month planning process. Input is collected from three constituent groups: the individuals we serve, their families, and our employees. This input is brought together in a full-day retreat with these three constituent groups and our Board of Directors. This retreat involves about 100 people and is led by a professional facilitator. This group tends to focus on making what we already do better.
Parallel to this process, the Board and staff are involved in a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis. Leaders in our field from the State and County level are invited to present to the Board and Executive staff.
These are leaders who know the work of Jubilee and they are asked to talk about opportunities and threats in the coming three years. The Board and Executive staff focus more strategically or corporately on agency growth goals, new services to be developed, and financial strategies in light of perceived opportunities and threats.
The Board of Directors agrees upon 5-8 broad agency goals for the three-year plan. Staff then operationalize the plan by setting goals and objectives within each broad goal for the next year. Each year, new goals are set within this framework. The Board gets a progress report every six months. The current strategic plan covers July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019.
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