COUNTY OF ALBEMARLE
Strategic Plan Progress Report
Review Strategic Plan quarterly progress report
Messrs. Tucker, Foley, Ms. White, Ms. Allshouse
LEGAL REVIEW: No
August 4, 2004
ACTION: INFORMATION: X
The Board developed the County’s Vision, Mission, and Goal Statements in spring 2002. Staff developed a framework and timetable, targeted priorities, and incorporated changes suggested by the Board at their October 2002 and January 2003 strategic planning work sessions. The Board held their most recent annual strategic planning retreat in September 2003 at which time the Board added a strategic goal regarding the County’s future growth and urbanization. In April 2004, the Board approved the addition of four Life Long Learning Goals. Twenty four initiatives that supported the County’s strategic plan were funded in the FY 04/05 budget and were reflected in the County’s first business plan. Staff provides the Board Strategic Plan progress reports on a quarterly basis.
April 2004 – June 2004 Quarterly Report
Community Profile: The Office of Management and Budget has begun the update of the 2003 Community Profile (a.k.a. the Data Book). This information will be completed prior to the Board’s Strategic Planning Retreat on October 9th.
Leading Strategic Change: During this quarter, 14 members of the County’s Leadership Council completed a three month seminar at UVA’s Darden Business School entitled “Leading Strategic Change.” The Course was led by Dr. Alec Horniman.
Extension of Plan of Action to FY06: The current Plan of Action has been extended to align with the County’s strategic planning cycle. At the upcoming October 2004 Retreat, the Board will review the County’s progress and new data, and make any desired adjustments to the last year of the FY 03/04 – FY 05/06 Plan of Action. At the Board’s retreat the following year (fall 2005), the Board will begin the County’s process for the development of a new strategic plan.
Staff recommends the Board review this quarterly strategic plan progress report, and provide any additional guidance for staff at this time.
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