Continues an earlier consideration of the nature of “planning”, and of the main components of plans by addressing the linguistic issue of the “tags” we use to distinguish descriptive principles from normative terminology when analysing and classifying process activities like “planning”. Offers an analysis of the planning process in terms of seven distinct stages and their interrelations. Illustrates good and dubious planning approaches at both conceptual and practical levels.
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