Planning and Budgeting in a
Low-Trust Environment

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At a 2011 Academic Impressions conference on "Integrated Strategic Planning and Resource Allocation" (San Antonio, January 2011), 50 presidents, provosts, chief finance officers, and other members of senior leadership teams from an array of  public and private institutions were asked about the key issues and barriers they saw to making a planning and budgeting process effective -- and ensuring its implementation.

Thirty-seven of the attendees (nearly 75 percent) cited low trust as one of their primary obstacles. Two of the presenters at the AI conference -- Larry Goldstein, president of Campus Strategies, LLC, and Pat Sanaghan, president of The Sanaghan Group -- have offered to comment on the issue and offer practical steps for strategic planning in a low-trust environment.


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