Taking a Cue from the Health Professions: Applying the Logical Framework to Strategic Planning
Strategic planning is asking business-defining questions, finding answers that reflect the company's priorities, and then turning answers into activities. A tool for planning commonly used in public health intervention programs is a matrix called the logical framework; it has been modified here for use in strategic planning. The logical framework is a practical means of defining and appraising the relationships between activities and results.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1997-11-01
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