Most organizations use the strategic planning process to highlight their vision, mission, values and strategies. The idea is to analyze, plan and project the company’s future over the next few years.
According to an article in balancedscorecard.com, a strategic plan “is a document used to communicate with the organization the organization’s goals, the actions needed to achieve those goals and all of the other critical elements developed during the planning exercise.”
Well, documenting the organization’s strategies is a good idea but who has the time and patience to read through elaborate text dossiers? If you want to share your organizations strategic planning with a client, stakeholder or an employee, take the visual approach of using graphics to communicate the ideas to help them understand better.
Take a look at some of the sample uses of strategic planning diagrams created in PowerPoint.
1) This strategic planning cycle is used to plan the annual budget of an organization.
2) Corporates can use a strategic planning graphic like this to project their company’s vision, mission and core values.
3) This easy-to-understand graphic helps audience understand a business strategic plan process better.
4) A visual like this does all the talking! Use graphics to highlight important data instead of text.