Intangible Content-Oriented OutcomesBryson (2018) argues that the most obvious outcome is the tangible, content-oriented outcome represented by a strategic plan. However, intangible process-oriented outcomes are just as vital. For example, tangible outcomes might include formal procedural requirements and expectations from key stakeholders. Intangible factors such as organizational culture, or how the organization or community relates to the broader environment, are equally important.Post by Day 4 an explanation of the importance of both content- and process-oriented outcomes with the strategic planning process, using evidence from the readings as well as your own experiences.Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the resources.Readings Bryson, J. M. (2018). Strategic planning for public and nonprofit organizations: A guide to strengthening and sustaining organizational achievement (5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Chapter 3, “Initiating and Agreeing on a Strategic Planning Process” (pp. 77-112)MediaLaureate Education (Producer). (2014). Virtual city: Revitalizing Masachapa Project [Multimedia file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.Please click on the following link for the transcript: Program Transcript (PDF)As you review the Week 3 information in the Virtual City, consider what is needed to develop an initial agreement for the Revitalizing Masachapa Project. Focus on the factors that may impact the initial agreement, such as the relationship between Masachapa’s local government officials and key external stakeholders.