Strategy is everybody’s job - SOAR is the acronym of a new strategic planning process that is based on discovering and multiplying what the organization does well. SOAR takes the Appreciative Inquiry philosophy and applies it to provide a strategic thinking and dialogue process.
The SOAR book includes a pull-out card that is a handy reminder of the 5-I Approach and sample questions that are referred to in the book. You'll find it helpful in conducting your next SOAR.
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