Girl Scouts of Connecticut is in the process of refreshing our Strategic Plan. The point of Strategic Learning is to reevaluate our past practices and implement new, winning methods that work in today’s dynamic environment. What’s new for us this year is a necessary response to the reality of limited resources and greater competition, so we can continue to deliver our mission.
Our goals are to align, execute, learn, and focus in an ongoing, circular process. We are looking at our current state and where we’d like to be. This will then help us define our Strategic Choices.
2015-2016 Strategic Learning Timeline
Our Strategy Implementation Timeline works in four phases.
We created Situation Analysis Teams that helped set key strategies for Girl Scouts of Connecticut to implement.
The Strategic Integration Task Force has analyzed outputs from Phase One and identified the strategic priorities.
GAP Teams formed and met to define a "future state" of strategic priorities and drive a plan for implementation.
The GSOFCT Board of directors reviewed the GAP Team output. Membership meetings were held to advise our members of the status of the plan. The Strategic Plan was approved by the Board of Directors and presented to the membership at the Annual Meeting on April 24, 2016. See the presentation here.