Thoughts for a Better World
Edited by Pieter Van den Broeck, Abid Mehmood, Angeliki Paidakaki and Constanza Parra
Chapter 21: RADICAL STRATEGIC PLANNING MEETS SOCIAL INNOVATION
As a reaction to a mainly technocratic strategic planning a more radical strategic planning is introduced. The narrative of radical strategic planning is a narrative of emancipation. It aims to bring fundamental ethical issues – equity, social justice – to the top of the political agenda. It therefore needs to develop skills that are able to combine a strategic grasp of the contextual dynamics of particular challenges and situations with a real awareness of the particularity of moments of opportunity in which cracks can appear in institutionalized discourses and practices.
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