In the contemporary world, governments are perennially challenged by human-made and climate-related issues. Such concerns oblige the governments to rethink their expenditures and make allocations based on relatively long-term goals rather than betting on short-term benefits.
Synergy’s Integrated Strategic Planning solution enables governments to improve their strategic planning and execution track record by setting up goals and objectives in a systematic, incremental manner. The goals are defined within the system in a tree-style manner, i.e. the responsible governmental agency first defines the nationwide pillars that make up the highest level of the tree, then puts the sector-specific and cross-sectoral strategic goals which subordinate nationwide pillars.
This tree-style, up-to-down strategic planning approach constitutes a country’s strategic planning framework which can be accessible for all state entities that are supposed to be involved in a country’s strategic planning process. Below the sectoral strategic goals, those entities, with granted access, insert their particular policy goals, specific objectives and measures, if applicable.