For California’s Office of Emergency Services and the Victim Compensation Board, LRI facilitated a joint strategic planning process to identify ways that the agencies responsible for assisting victims of crime can better coordinate their efforts and make sure victims are able to access services. Working with a steering committee composed of leaders from the two agencies, we developed a strategic plan and segued into developing an implementation plan.
For the California State Auditor, LRI facilitated the work of a planning committee to develop a three-year strategic plan for the organization. The planning process was designed to assure strong levels of engagement and communication across the organization – and included representatives from all levels and units of the organization.
For the California Department of Education and the California Schools for the Deaf, and in partnership with SEIU Local 1000, LRI facilitated the work of a planning team to develop goals, objectives and action priorities to further improve the education of deaf and hard of hearing children.
For California’s Department of Managed Health Care, LRI facilitated the development of its strategic plan. This included interviews with key stakeholders, focus groups and an online survey, and facilitating the work of a planning team composed of the executive director and deputies. The resulting product was a strategic plan with mission, core values, goals, objectives, and strategies. LRI also facilitated the development of an implementation plan, including year one priorities and action plans.
For the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), LRI facilitated a strategic planning process to articulate and align priorities, desired results, and performance metrics for all units and affiliated programs within the organization. The LRI team also facilitated units’ development of action plans that delineated the key actions, leads, and timeframes for achieving each desired result.
For the University of Southern California, LRI facilitated the development of a strategic plan for its Division of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science. LRI facilitated meetings of its management team, facilitated analyses of various funding sources and scenarios, analyzed the benefits of various strategic alternatives, and helped the team finalize its strategic plan. LRI then facilitated the implementation of several key initiatives in the plan.
For WellSpace Health, a federally qualified health care center (FQHC), LRI facilitated the development of six strategic focus areas. Once those were adopted by the Board, LRI worked with the CEO and executive team to refine those focus areas into measures of success and action steps for implementation.
For the Sacramento Tree Foundation, LRI is currently facilitating the development of its strategic plan. This plan will include STF’s revised mission, vision, and core values as well as goals and strategies for the next three years.
For California’s Autism Advisory Task Force, LRI public sector consultants facilitated a year-long process with 18 task force members to develop comprehensive policy recommendations for the behavioral health care of individuals with autism. Taskforce members represented the interests of advocates, health plans, the state government, and practitioners. LRI facilitated the drafting of a comprehensive framework of goals and policies – and used a combination of in-person meetings and an online survey and feedback system to develop consensus on more than 50 policy recommendations that were forwarded to the Administration and Legislature.