Strategic Planning for Community Building

Strategic Planning for Community Building

Produce an argument that addresses “Strategic Planning for Community Building.” If at all possible, try to use “debate” style. In part one, take one position, and in part two, take a different approach. {Discuss Article #2 – Barron, D., R. Williams, S. Bajjaly, J. Arns, & S. Wilson (2005) The Economic Impact of Public Libraries on South Carolina}

Mandatory Articles to use:
1. Strategic Planning for Community Building – Lyn Hopper

2. Barron, D., R. Williams, S. Bajjaly, J. Arns, & S. Wilson (2005) The Economic Impact of Public Libraries on South Carolina

3. Nelson, S. (2008). Strategic Planning for Results. Chicago: American Library Association, 2008. For the Public Library Association

Your briefing paper should be 6 pages, not counting title page, table of contents, references, bibliography, etc. If you need to exceed that page number, that’s fine, but don’t exceed it by much.

A common duty of a policy professional is to “brief” other decision makers about a particular issue (Strategic Planning for Community Building), situation, or scenario. The purpose of “briefing” is to provide a clear and concise exposition of the situation or issue, any policy dimensions and implications, and recommendations for action. Common elements of briefing include:
• a clear statement of the topic of the brief;
• a relevant and brief background to the issue(s);
• a concise analysis of the issues, policy implications, and policy options;
• conclusions & recommendations for action;
• any “annexes” or appendices with supplemental information (for example a table of statistics) that you feel the decision maker might find useful but which is not necessary to an understanding of the issue.
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