What you’ll learn to do: explain the stages of the planning cycle
Planning is often viewed as a linear process, with a sequence of steps taken in order. Although this is true, it is also true that at any point in the planning process it may be necessary—because of changing conditions or unexpected results—to go back and change earlier decisions. This section will look at planning with both a sequential and cyclical approach.
Contributors and Attributions
- Introduction to The Planning Cycle. Authored by: John/Lynn Bruton and Lumen Learning. License: CC BY: Attribution