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This step creates the core strategies to bridge the gaps between the Ideal-Future Vision and the Current-State Assessment. It results in the development of three to seven core strategies to be implemented organization-wide. These strategies become the organizing principles and priorities used by everyone as a design framework to set annual organizational, departmental, and individual goals.

Each core strategy needs a set of five to fifteen strategic action items to achieve that strategy over the 3–5 year planning horizon. These become the major activities, organizational priorities, and changes required over time that help build 3-Year Business Unit Plans.

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