Strategy Markup Language (StratML)
What is Strategy Markup Language (StratML)
Strategy Markup Language (StratML) is a standardized, machine-readable format for expressing strategic plans and reports. It is based on the eXtensible Markup Language (XML), which is a widely used standard for encoding and exchanging data. StratML is designed to facilitate the creation, sharing, and analysis of strategic information, and to support the development of more effective and efficient strategic planning processes.
StratML consists of a set of XML elements and attributes that are used to represent the key components of a strategic plan or report, such as the mission, vision, values, goals, objectives, strategies, and performance measures. StratML also includes elements for describing the context and stakeholder relationships of the plan or report, as well as for providing links to supporting documents and resources.
StratML is intended to be used as a common format for storing and exchanging strategic information across different organizations and sectors. It is supported by various software tools and applications and is used by governments, businesses, and other organizations to improve the transparency, accountability, and performance of their strategic planning processes.