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Adjutant General's Dept. Strategic Plan

The Adjutant General’s Department Strategic Plan 2019-2024
 
The purpose of the Adjutant General’s Department Strategic Plan is to align the mission, vision and values of the Agency and set goals with accompanying methods or actions to achieve those goals. The plan focuses the energy, resources, and time of members of the organization in one direction, aligned by the vision of the Adjutant General.

Strategic planning has many benefits. It forces organizations to be aware of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT). The SWOT analysis focuses on internal factors (Strengths and Weaknesses) as well as external factors (Opportunities and Threats) to provide a holistic view of the organization. This holistic view allows the organization to develop strategies to capitalize on opportunities and strengths while developing mitigations for threats and weaknesses.

 
Strategic planning gives individuals a sense of direction and marshals them around a collective mission, vision, and value system. It creates standards and accountability while helping to limit or avoid time spent on crisis management. The Agency can increase productivity and proficiency when members are not reacting to unexpected changes that they failed to anticipate and/or prepare to face.
 
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A well-executed Strategic Plan places the Adjutant General’s Department in a position of sustained competitive advantage, keeping the organization ahead.The purpose of the Adjutant General’s Department (TAGD) Strategic Plan is to align the mission, vision and values of the Agency and set goals with accompanying methods or actions to achieve those goals. The plan focuses the energy, resources, and time of members of the organization in one direction, aligned by the vision of the Adjutant General. Strategic planning has many benefits. It forces organizations to be aware of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT). The SWOT analysis focuses on internal factors (Strengths and Weaknesses) as well as external factors (Opportunities and Threats) to provide a holistic view of the organization. This holistic view allows the organization to develop strategies to capitalize on opportunities and strengths while developing mitigations for threats and weaknesses.
Strategic planning gives individuals a sense of direction and marshals them around a collective mission, vision, and value system. It creates standards and accountability while helping to limit or avoid time spent on crisis management. The Agency can increase productivity and proficiency when members are not reacting to unexpected changes that they failed to anticipate and/or prepare to face.
A well-executed Strategic Plan places the Adjutant General’s Department in a position of sustained competitive advantage, keeping the organization ahead of its challenges. Frank T. Rothaermel in his book Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases, highlights that a company with a competitive advantage, performs at a higher level than other companies in the same industry.
A strategic plan guides individuals, directorates, services and employees toward a broader and more informed perspective of the Agency. This facilitates cohesive and nested planning, development, and execution across the Department creating synergy and improved performance.

 

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