2014 S3 Info Session

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Course Objectives
 To increase student skills in

 Real problem solving
 Persuading decision makers
 Preparing an orga...
Course Components
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MBA 292S-1/EWMBA 292S-1
(for undergraduates, UGBA 199)

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3 credits, Tuesdays 6-9:30 pm
Required kic...
The S3 Student Perspective

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High-quality learning experience

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Selection of Nonprofit Clients

Interesting
problem
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Real Projects, Real Results
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Industry

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Acumen Fund

Global poverty - impact investing

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Making a Commitment
 Please apply only if serious about making a
commitment to the S3 client, your teammates
and the inst...
Become a Part of S3
• All MBA students must bid into the class during
class bidding in November. S3 is a BILD elective
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Social Sector Solutions (S3), provides students with academic frameworks and practical hands-on experience in management consulting and consulting with nonprofit organizations. The course focuses on consultation teams working with select nonprofit clients to succeed in entrepreneurial ventures. The course is a partnership with the Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership at the Haas School of Business and McKinsey & Company, a world-renowned management consulting firm. The course is co taught by Dr. Nora Silver, a professor at the Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley, and director of the Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership and Paul Jansen, McKinsey & Company Emeritus Director of the Global Philanthropy Practice.

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  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • Actually still 13 projects, will get down to 12, with a client outstanding and team lead pref—still looking for one or two team leads—background in consulting Bid into course and when accepted, we will provide you a supplemental application in which you will rank order your top choices.Traditionally been able to give top 1-3 choicesCome to info sessions to hear from former team members and a couple of former/new team leads
  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • 2014 Social Sector Solutions (S3) Information Session Presentation

    1. 1. 2014 S3 Info Session Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
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    3. 3. Course Objectives  To increase student skills in  Real problem solving  Persuading decision makers  Preparing an organization for entrepreneurial success Click to edit Master text stylessign up for S3  Why students Second level To explore consulting - process and mindsets Third level Fourth level Fifth level To experience working with social sector organizations on critical issues To have the opportunity to work with McKinsey consultants and explore management consulting http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    4. 4. Course Components  MBA 292S-1/EWMBA 292S-1 (for undergraduates, UGBA 199)  3 credits, Tuesdays 6-9:30 pm Required kick-off (Jan 24th) and finale (May 9th) @ McKinsey SF 3-5pm  Topics: Consulting Skills • Scope negotiation and work planning • Client styles Click to edit Master text management • Second level Storyline development • Communication skills & planning Third level • Charting Fourth level effective team dynamics • Fostering Fifth level  Topics: Nonprofit Organizations • 10 things to know about social impact clients • Theory of change • Governance and decision-making • Nonprofit strategy and capacity building • Financial models and fundraising http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    5. 5. The S3 Student Perspective Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level http://nonprofit.haas.berkeley.edu/videos/S3_2011_Students.html http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    6. 6. High-quality learning experience Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    7. 7. Selection of Nonprofit Clients Interesting problem Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Doable project S3 Project Selection Committed client team http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    8. 8. Real Projects, Real Results Organization Industry Project Acumen Fund Global poverty - impact investing Strategy for new US program Attitudinal Healing Connection Youth development Strategic plan and funding strategy State of California Senate Commission on Cost Cutting Housing - for veterans Marketing for Cal VET loans and identification of new services for veterans Center for Cities & Schools Education and community development Strategic plan for 5 years Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership Higher education and social impact Click to edit Master text styles Second level Family Engagement Institute Third level Education equity Global Fund for Women Fourth level women's human rights and economic Global development Fifth level Greater Good Science Center Psychology of well-being Alumni engagement strategy Communications strategy Sustainable business model Strategic plan Institute for Business and Social Impact Higher education and social entrepreneurship (new at Haas) Strategy for social entrepreneurship at Haas Mouse Squad Education technology Expansion plan Roots of Peace Humanitarian relief -land mines Branding/marketing the organization YMCA of SF Youth development Collective impact and partnership strategy http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    9. 9. Making a Commitment  Please apply only if serious about making a commitment to the S3 client, your teammates and the instructors Click to edit Master text styles  There are no Second level Third level Solutions. Fourth level Fifth level drop/adds for Social Sector We will endeavor to give you one of your top choices of teams. http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    10. 10. Become a Part of S3 • All MBA students must bid into the class during class bidding in November. S3 is a BILD elective course. Click to edit Master text styles • All other Cal students (graduates and Second level undergraduates) must fill out an online Third level Fourth level application at http://bit.ly/socialsolutions Fifth level – Applications are due November 15, 2013 at 5:00pm for all other Cal Students http://bit.ly/socialsolutions

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