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Inclusive Design Process

The Guiding Coalition will use an inclusive design process to develop the strategic plan.

Strategic Plans are a promise to the community. At their best, they can convey clarity, engender trust, prove efficacy, and create hope for systemic change. But to achieve that, we must rethink the strategic planning process.

The inclusive design approach to strategic planning is designed to advance clarity, trust, efficacy, and hope through the use of the habits of inclusion, empathy, co-creation, and reciprocity. The investment in these habits supports organizations and leaders to think differently about creating more equitable systems and solve related complex and fractious issues in effective ways.

  • Reciprocity – using processes that lead to shared power and mutual benefit
  • Inclusion – bringing in diverse voices, building a sense of belonging
  • Empathy – understanding the views, feelings, aspirations, and needs of others
  • Co-creation – working across difference to understand and create solutions.