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The factor analysis identified 10 key elements of strategic planning in nonprofit organizations: (1) scope of planning, (2) formality of planning, (3) administrative style, (4) membership involvement, (5) external environment, (6) implementation responsiveness, (7) strategic planning routinism, (8) constraint identification, (9) subjective planning, and (10) resource misallocation.
While the basic tenets of the corporate strategic planning model remain for the nonprofit sector, additional elements do emerge in this research: administrative style, membership involvement, strategic planning routinism, subjective planning, and resource misallocation.
Toward that end, Spira advocates challenging "creeping routinism.