A multidisciplinary Ohio State University Extension team and three counties of Appalachian Ohio Family and Children First Council conducted a 10-month planning project working backwards from a shared vision through a logic chain. The logic chain was used to guide the steps in the planning process to build consensus among council members. The article outlines the process and presents a model of strategic planning applicable to any Extension strategic planning process.
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Moss, M., & Bound-Zielinski, C. (2010). Drawing Upon the Wisdom of Merlyn: Using the Logic Chain to Guide Vision-Based Community Planning. The Journal of Extension, 48(5), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.48.05.01