Three Different Types of Planning
Legal firm strategy - The planning process starts well before the planning day.
A plan for strategy planning - how practice managers can influence strategic thinking, set the firm up for success and support the implementation of a strategic plan.
Join us for a stimulating conversation, walk away with some tools, tips and thought provoking ideas. We will look at:
- The different types of planning: Strategic Planning, Business Planning and Operational Planning.
- The three distinct phases of planning:
- Phase 1: Preparation - Where Now?
- Phase 2: Strategic Thinking - Where To?
- Phase 3: Gap Analysis and How To Close That Gap
Shirley Anne Fortina
Director and Principal
The POD Consultancy Pty Ltd
Shirley Anne Fortina grew up in South Africa, spent over four and a half years in the UK and has been living in Perth Western Australia for the past 18 years. Shirley Anne’s passion is enabling those around her. She works with individuals and businesses – helping them work out where they are at now – where they would like to go and how they might close the gap between the two with an emphasis on strategic and business development planning.
As the principal and director of The POD Consultancy. POD = People, Opportunities and Development she splits her time across presenting, facilitating, training and business development coaching. Shirley Anne believes in giving back to the community - She is the Perth manager for the Melbourne based NFP called The Nappy Collective who collect unused disposable nappies and distribute them to families in crisis; she also a board member of Starick a NFP that provides multi layered support services to women and children experiencing family and domestic violence.
Shirley Anne is hooked on learning and development; she is a self-confessed book lover who runs a Women’s Business Book Club called POD Book Chats. She freely admits that can't play golf to save herself and at the end of a hot day in sunny Perth you will find her with cold beer or a good drop of wine with her family.
1 CPD Unit - Practice Management