As strategic planning consultants and facilitators, StoneCreek Partners assists private- and public-sector organizations, as well as tribal “first nation” entities, with strategy preparation. At times this work is part of an economic development study for properties, municipalities, or regions.
Our strategy advisory takes a few different forms, from exploration of strategic objectives in a workshop session to full strategic plans based upon substantial industry and competitor research. Sometimes our strategic work is baked into master-plans for large-scale landholdings common to major private-sector landowners, local (and regional) governments, and tribal and pueblo Native American Indian reservations. At times this strategic work is baked into an overall land use (or master plan) for a specific landholding.
In other instances our work as strategic planning consultants is realized in formal documents created through a formalized (but creative) “GOSPA” process.
We like the basic foundation of Goals, Objectives, Strategies, Plans, and Actions, as a means to guide strategy exploration. But within this framework we like to pursue wide-ranging solutions using “lateral ideation” methods which always seem to draw out the best thinking in ourselves and the client groups with whom we collaborate.