Strategy & Tactics

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Welcome to the future. Today’s 4-year-old will be the parent of 2040.

It’s unnerving to think out 2 generations. Learn how on October 22nd.

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What’s your Story?

Learn the structure and tools that make storytelling effective on October 22nd at the Colorado Nonprofit Conference

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Swat that SWOT. She said what?

Ask Karla yourself. You’ll find her at the CO Nonprofit Conference on October 21st.

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Taking a Leap Together: Knowledge Leads to Bold Action and Dramatic Results

Our hero’s journey begins with a quest and ends with a leap.

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Strategic leaders create meaning to make a difference

Distracted by the hyperactivity of daily living? Learn to “say no to say yes.” Hear more on the Groler Podcast where Karla Raines was recently interviewed.

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It Could Have Gone Off the Rails

We sat down recently with CCRP board member Ken Dawson to reflect on their most recent board retreat, conducted by Corona.

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DU’s Keystone Strategic Plan leads to action

  The 20th century model of delivering a liberal and creative arts education is inadequate to the task of developing graduates who can think broadly and critically in and out of their chosen fields. —From the Keystone Strategic Plan 2018-2025   We are thrilled to celebrate the creation of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social […]

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Virtual Natives

Hello virtual native, good-bye digital native. While that statement might seem far-fetched, after all it wasn’t that long ago that we were getting used to the idea of a digital native as a person familiar with computers and the Internet from a very young age, it isn’t too early to plan for a future defined […]

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How to measure what people want

Recently after an interview for a project, some us at Corona had a discussion about whether or not it would be useful to use a survey for the project. Like a lot of projects, this potential client was interested in what new changes the public might want in their organization. And at first, this seems […]

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The drama of measuring strategic progress

Every week from August through January, millions of Americans tune in three nights a week to watch modern-day gladiators battle over a single objective – strategically progressing an oblong ball down the field in 10-yard increments towards the finish line at the 100-yard mark (the end zone, for the growing number of people not tuning […]

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