CEDIA recently unveiled outputs from its new strategic plan that will prioritize the work of the association over the next three years. Developed jointly by the CEDIA staff and board, with input from members and guidance from esteemed strategy expert Dr. Rebecca Homkes, the plan aims for significant advances and leadership in three key areas: education; increasing professionalism though standards, guidelines, and best practices; and deeper engagement and partnership with the design and build community.
“The strategy process provided an unparalleled opportunity to align the values, interests, and input of all of CEDIA’s key stakeholders,” said David Humphries, CEDIA Chairman. “We have been able to build consensus on what success should look like for CEDIA at the end of this strategy and how we as an organization will get there.”
Tabatha O’Connor, CEDIA Global President and CEO, adds, “CEDIA is committed to members and their success, and this process created clarity around the priorities that provide the most meaningful benefit to them individually and to the industry as a whole.