How do organizations get feedback on their strategic assumptions? Do you have any examples of organizations that have brown bag lunches or other processes to solicit feedback from their staff about the validity of their strategy. Maybe this is more of a communications question, but I am also interested in the two-way aspects of communications.
Do nonprofit or public sector organizations solicit feedback from taxpayers, funders, or community. Imagine if you were a school. You would want to hear from the parents and community.
Just curious about how people get feedback on their strategy.
Brown paper sessions are a very effective way to get people involved. You simply make a big strategy map on a piece of brown paper (think 3x5 feet or bigger), and invite people to mark it up. People enjoy marking up the paper and you can get a lot of good feedback this way.
answered Jul 13 '10 at 10:53