Strategic plans are the key management tools of each committed institution or organisation. They define the strategic goals of an organisation/institution or public policy for the upcoming multiyear period. In the last year of the current plan, a new cycle of strategic planning is initiated.

The process starts with an assessment of the current situation in an institution/organisation or public policy, followed by a structured process of participatory (re)definition of the vision, priority goals, measures and activities, accompanied by a time-line, persons/institutions responsible for implementation, monitoring indicators and necessary financial resources, including sources of funding.

MAP offers the following types of strategic planning:

  • Strategic plans for institutional/organizational development (public bodies, academic institutions, civil society organizations) 
  • Human resource development strategies, as part of activities implemented by Local partnerships for employment at county levels 
  • County Development Strategies in line with the September 2015 Guidelines for Developing, Monitoring and Evaluation of County Development Strategies 
  • Strategies of Urban Areas in line with the October 2015 Guidelines for Developing, Monitoring and Evaluation of Urban Development Strategies
  • Other sectoral strategies at the level of local or regional self-government or at the national level.
    • Croatian association of paraplegic and tetraplegic

      Strategic plan for the Croatian Association of Paraplegic and Tetraplegic for the period 2019-2022.  

    • Academy for Political Development, Zagreb, Croatia

      Strategic planning for the Academy for Political Development in Croatia, as a Council of Europe (CoE) School of Political Studies  for the period 2019-2021

    • Union of Societes ‘Our Children’, Zagreb, Croatia

      Strategic planning of the action ‘City/municipality – children’s friend’ ('Grad/općina – prijatelj djece’) 2018. – 2020.

    • Institute for Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb

      Strategic planning for 2011-2015 and for 2016-2020

    • Autonomous Womens' Center, Belgrade

      Strategic planning for 2015-2018 and developing Strategic Plan 

    • Association Terra

      Strategic planning and drafting Strategic Plan for 2013-2015

    • Association SMART, Rijeka

      Strategic planning for 2013-2015

    • Red Cross Society of the County of Istria

      Strategic planning facilitation and technical assistance in the development of the Strategic Plan

    • Autonomous Womens' Center Belgrade

      Strategic planning for the Program on developing best practices in preventing domestic violence 2011-2014

    • Care International NW Balkans

      Strategic planning of the Gender program of CARE International NWB

    • Center for Education, Counselling and Research

      Facilitation of business and operational plan development 

    • CARITAS Bishop's Conference BIH

      Operational planning of the Home Care Program in BIH


      Facilitation of strategic planning process for the three-year project Home-Care Service in B&H, Serbia and Montenegro

    • GONG

      Strategic planning facilitation 

    • Care International NW Balkans

      CARE NWB's Organizational evolution strategy facilitation 

    • City of Rijeka, Department for Health and Social Welfare

      Facilitating 2007 Action plan for the National Commission for the Prevention of Addiction


Besides strategic planning, we also offer facilitation of other participative processes. These include internal processes within a certain organisation or institution, as well as moderation of the external events related to our areas of expertise. 

    • GONG

      Participatory scenario development workshop for enhancing citizen participation in the City of Karlovac 

    • Faculty of Political Science, Zagreb University

      Facilitating participatory development of the quality management system at the Faculty

    • Office for Cooperation with NGOs of the Government of the Republic of Croatia

      Moderation of the round table ‘Promoting Human Rights in Croatia: Opportunities from the EU funding’ during NGO days 

    • Partnership for Social Development

      Facilitating public discussion based on research findings and book promotion ‘Good governance and conflict of interest - Why bribery is not the biggest problem?’

    • Association for the Cybernetics of Psychotherapy, Rijeka

      Facilitating multiyear program development for the International School for the Cybernetics in Psychotherapy

    • Heinrich Böll Foundation

      Round table moderation ‘Dilemmas surrounding EU integration: Reaching Good Governance in Croatia - the impact of Europeanisation on policy development’

    • Academy of Educational Development (AED)

      Facilitation of four thematic discussions during the conference ‘Civil Society in Croatia– Work in Progress’

    • Puls Ltd. (today Ipsos Ltd.)

      Workshop facilitation ‘Evaluation of the Social Program of the City of Rijeka’

    • Lesbian organisation Rijeka – LORI

      Facilitation of the meeting between LGBTIQ organisations funded by the Global Women's Fund, Mama Cash and Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice

    • UNDP Croatia

      Facilitation of thematic groups on Consultations for the Joint Memorandum on Social Inclusion (JIM)