Introduction:Planning for the future and deciding on a direction for an agency can be affected by unexpected changes in the internal and external environment. Natural or man-made disasters, political climate, and economic conditions can affect the best-laid plans. In his 1979 book, Strategic Planning: What Every Manager Must Know, George Steiner says, “Planning deals with the futurity of current decisions … Forward planning requires that choices be made among possible events in the future, but decisions made in their light can be made only in the present” (pp. 13–15).Instructions:Explain what George Steiner’s statement means to you.Determine the implications of failure to engage in forward planning using a specific criminal justice setting as a point of reference.Lay out three best practices for forward planning in a criminal justice context.Special Instructions:Create a 1 page essay in APA format according to the instructions above. Use 2 scholarly sources for references. Utilize in-text citations.