It looks like you're making a bulleted list, so you have some leeway in how you choose to structure it - you're not limited to complete, fully grammatical sentences, you may also choose to structure it as a list of items or sentence fragments.
The important thing when making such a list is that you use parallel structure across the items, meaning that how you phrase each item individually isn't so important, but that you need to phrase them all in the same way. As a simple example of parallel structure, one might say "I like running, swimming, and biking," but not, "I like running, swimming, and to bike".
It's OK to list the items as noun phrases or as actions or in other grammatical forms, so long as all list items take the same form. Often there will be lead-in text that indicates what form the list should take. For example, here are 3 ways of writing the same list with different forms for each item:
Our goals are to:
- Develop and detail strategic plan
- Communicate with client
- Take over the world
Our mission is:
- To develop and detail strategic plan
- To communicate with client
- To take over the world
- Development and detailing of strategic plan
- Communication with client
- World domination
I would find the first or last styles shown here the most natural, as the infinitive form seems a little awkward/wordy.