Strategic Planning Services
We provide southern Utah nonprofit agencies with strategic planning and consulting services.
Strategic Plan Development
We specialize in helping you create a strategic plan that will not sit on the shelf. Our design and methodology is simple and easy to incorporate.
Strategic Planning Facilitation
Are you looking for a strategic planning event facilitator? We can help with a full plan review or a simple project.
Strategic Business Alignment
When the daily operation of your business is aligned to your Vision, your strategic plan is poised for success.
Simple Planning Steps: Report
Our newest article provides you with six simple steps to effective strategic planning. Download today.
Clear and Concise Approach
Our strategic plan methodology allows you to focus on what is important.
Ron Woodbury provides businesses and nonprofit agencies with leadership and technical expertise to create and implement strategic business and technology plans, design and deploy websites and eBusiness marketing strategies, improve processes to increase service quality, expand markets, and align and communicate business plans - from “vision to action”. With over 30 years experience providing executive leadership in the financial services industry, most recently serving in the capacity of Chief Information and Administrative Officer, his areas of responsibility included Strategic Technology Leadership, Strategic Planning & Facilitation, Quality Improvement & Management, Risk Management, Facilities & Market Expansion, Facilities Support, Governmental Affairs and General Operations.
Vision, Mission, and Values
Clearly articulated and attainable
Business Process Management and Core Competencies
Managing your Strategy
Featured Strategic Engagements
We look forward to discussing strategic planning projects specific to your nonprofit agency.
A cornucopia of opinions about business strategy.
Executing your plan is what really matters. So let’s talk about goal execution. Now that you and your colleagues have set the bar higher, identified that business changing idea, or revealed a way to impact your customers’ lives in a way they never expected; you are going to have to find a way to get it done. And, for[…]
An important aspect of your planning process is determining how far you want to stretch your goals. Some of the most common questions that arise during planning retreats (especially with nonprofit organizations – and I’ll get to that shortly) are “Are our goals strategic enough?”, “These goals don’t seem strategic enough to me.”, or “This[…]
Updated pricing model for 2020. If your nonprofit agency is less than five years old, is registered as a 501.c.3, has updated 990 reports, and is unable to afford our traditional fees, your organization may qualify for a scholarship. Scholarships may be limited to one organization per calendar year. The above pricing is for qualifying[…]
Is your business ready to operate with critical functionality for up to two weeks? Will your staff be available to help you run your business in the days after a crisis hits? Lifesaving inventories (food, water, first aid supplies) need to be readily available, protected, and regularly refreshed to ensure the safety of you, your family,[…]
We must grow, or we will wither in the wind. But, we must manage growth, or growth will manage us. What does growth mean to your agency? I suspect you want to grow your nonprofit agency by increasing membership, donors, clients, or funding bases. And, you need to grow in a cost-effective manner, as each[…]
As we approach the traditional strategic planning season, this is a good time to think about what planning schedule is best for your agency. Over the past thirty years, I’ve led and/or participated in a multitude of planning retreats. If our experiences are similar, most planning events start on a Friday evening and conclude on[…]