Strat plan: innovation & virtual environments

Due Wednesday 9:00 pm New York Time

Strat Plan: Innovation & Virtual Environments

1-2 Page APA Format Using The  TWO of  References/ Resources/ Upload and, or Links.

 

In order to create lasting positive social change, it is essential for organizations to consider new ideas and possibilities. Creating a culture that encourages innovation allows organizations to thrive in the midst of an ever-changing world. One significant change in recent decades is the increasing use of virtual environments to share ideas and information. As a current or future organizational leader, it is important for you to consider the implications of innovations and virtual environments on strategic planning.

 

For this Discussion, locate and select two scholarly articles from the provided resources—one article should discuss strategies for innovation in strategic planning and one article should discuss strategies for strategic planning in virtual environments. Consider how you might apply these strategies within an organization to effect positive social change.

THE ASSIGNMENT

Post by Wednesday 9pm New York Time a brief description of the two articles that you selected, including strategic planning strategies for innovation and virtual environments. Explain how you might apply these strategies to effect positive social change.

 

 

References

( Resource Pdfs & Links Included & Must be  Properly quoted in Paper)

·        Novitski, B. J. (2008). Managing the ever-more-distributed workforce. Architectural Record, 196(11), 83.

·        Gunn, R. A. (n.d.). An organization that doesn’t plan its future isn’t likely to have one. Retrieved June 14, 2014, from http://www.strategicfutures.com/library/strategic-plan/organization-that-doesnt-plan/

 

·        Special Libraries Association. (2001). Strategic planning handbook. Retrieved from http://web.archive.org/web/20130305222650/http://www.sla.org/pdfs/sphand.pdf

 

·        Dusenbury, P. (2000). Strategic planning and performance measurement. Retrieved from http://www.urban.org/publications/310259.html