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Australian Strategic Planning Institute Workshop Sold Out

Wednesday 5 December 2007

The Australian Strategic Planning Institute's one-day Strategic Planning workshop on the 12th of December 2007 has been fully booked.

Marcus Barber can expect plenty to do on the 12th of December at the Australian Strategic Planning Institute's one-day workshop when he joins Maree Conway and Steven Bowman in tackling the ongoing Strategic Planning challenge.  As Marcus explains "We only run these workshops a couple of times a year so we were not surprised when it sold out.  With each of the key facilitators directors of their own consultancy firms, it can be quite difficult to find a date to get all of us in the room at the same time, which I guess adds to their appeal for participants".

The next workshop is likely to be held in the last week of April 2008 and you can register your interest with the Australian Strategic Planning Institute here 


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