Applied Strategic Planning: An Introduction, 2nd Edition
July 2008, Pfeiffer
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED STRATEGIC PLANNING.
CHAPTER 2: ROLE OF THE CONSULTANT.
CHAPTER 3: THINKING SKILLS.
CHAPTER 4: PLANNING TO PLAN.
CHAPTER 5: VALUES AND CULTURE.
CHAPTER 6: MISSION FORMULATION.
CHAPTER 7: STRATEGIC BUSINESS MODELING.
CHAPTER 8: PERFORMANCE AUDIT.
CHAPTER 9: GAP ANALYSIS AND CLOSURE.
CHAPTER 10: INTEGRATING ACTION PLANS.
CHAPTER 11: CONTINGENCY PLANNING.
CHAPTER 12: IMPLEMENTING YOUR PLAN.
About the Authors.
LEONARD D. GOODSTEIN, Ph.D ., is an independent consulting psychologist based in Washington, D.C., with considerable experience in facilitating the Applied Strategic Planning process. His research interests are in the infl uence of values and culture on organizations and in psychological assessment. He formerly was CEO and executive vice president of the American Psychological Association and CEO of University Associates (now Pfeiffer). He previously held a variety of academic positions, including professorships at the Universities of Iowa, Cincinnati, and Arizona State, where he also served as department chair. He is a frequent contributor to the professional literature, including the Pfeiffer Annuals . His most recent book, co - authored with Erich P. Prien, Individual Assessment in the Workplace: A Practical Guide for HR Professionals, Trainers, and Managers was published by Pfeiffer in 2006.
JEANETTE GOODSTEIN, Ph.D ., a consultant and writer based in Washington, D.C., assists organizations in conducting a variety of research and analysis activities, focusing on needs assessment and program development and evaluation. She is co - author of Who’ s Driving Your Bus?, a book on codependency in the workplace, and developed accompanying instructional materials and assessment instruments. She chaired the Board of Directors of International Voluntary Services from 1997 through 2002, a private non-profit organization dedicated to volunteer service in developing nations for nearly fifty years, and from 1997 to 2003 was a member of the board of the Washington, D.C., chapter of Young Audiences.