There may be a hesitancy to share plans with stakeholders. This may be because the organization feels that it owns the plan and the stakeholders do not. This may be because the organization does not want the plan to be misunderstood by stakeholders that are not involved in the agency's operation on a day-to-day basis. This may be that the organization is not entirely confident, itself, about the plan, especially as it addresses activities further out in time. However, it is dangerous not to share the organization's plan with the primary and supporting customers of the organization because it puts the organization in the position of providing all of the resources, guidance, understanding, accuracy, etc. No one else is in a position to be involved so the organization is the only entity that can be blamed if services are not delivered or if there are other organizational inefficiencies.