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The ‘Developing a Strategy’ section of our website outlined a step-by-step process of developing a strategy for your culture change programme. This involved securing the buy-in of colleagues, the development of a compelling rationale and ‘theory of change’ (using a logic model approach), and the development of a business case to secure the resources you need to deliver your strategy.
So, let’s assume you now have the buy-in you need, and a signed-off strategy. What next?
You will need an implementation plan or operational plan to translate that strategy into action, to help to organise your activities and ensure your activity delivers against your strategic goals.
If you have developed a logic model to underpin your strategy, this will have given you a clear idea of the initiatives and activities you want to run and the timelines you are working with. These provide the foundations for your implementation and evaluation plan, which would typically include: