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    Tools for Strategic Planning Tools for Strategic Planning Presentation Transcript

    • Tools for Strategic Planning
    • Appreciative Inquiry
    • Appreciative Inquiry
    • Appreciative Inquiry “4-D” Cycle Discovery “What gives life?” (The best of what is) Appreciating Destiny Dream “How to empower, learn, Affirmative “What might be?” and adjust/improvise?” Topic Choice (What is the world calling for) Sustaining Envisioning Results Design “What should be--the ideal?” Co-constructing
    • Appreciative Inquiry
    • Strategy Mapping
    • Strategy mapping
    • Strategy Mapping The Mission Financial Perspective Client Perspective If we succeed, how will we look to our To achieve our mission, how must we look donors? to our customers? What will our income stream look like? Client is concerned with Time, Quality, How will we measure “Return on Performance and Service, Price/rate Investment” (ROI)? Internal Perspective To satisfy our clients and donors, which business processes must we excel at? Operations management processes Customer management processes Innovation processes Social and regulatory processes Learning & Growth To achieve our vision, how must our organization learn and improve? Human, information and organizational capital or capacities.
    • Our Strategy Map Our Mission: To help all, especially the young, gain a greater understanding of the world and its people through hostelling. Our Ends: HOSTELLERS HAVE INTERCULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND ARE ACTIVE WORLD CITIZENS How we will Theme #1 Increase hostel Theme #2 Build cultural Theme #3 Widen grow: use by the competency organizational domestic market in hostellers presence • Create brand identity • Utilize hostel operations and • Focus hostel development • Position products to create brand value programs as delivery mechanisms • Develop local opportunities to widen • Target market strategies programming and outreach Operating Theme #4 Foster strategic partnerships, alliances and collaborations priority: • Cultivate 1-3 partnerships with national organizations • Focus on a minimum of one partnership to advance local delivery Financial Theme #5 Achieve efficiencies & economies of scale Theme #6 Increase and diversify revenues priorities: • Identify actions to use operating resources •Concentrate on hostel growth in domestic market more productively throughout the network •Redesign membership to better recognize donors and mission supporters •Invest in resource development Organizational Theme #7 Align organizational culture and structure with mission focus and strategic direction priority: • Shift to more of an external perspective (customers and stakeholders) KEY: • Develop system-wide competencies in brand and partnership management, cultural competency, Ovals = Strategies/ resource development and evaluation Essential Activities • Commit to program evaluation and 13internal assessment
    • Polarity Management
    • Polarity or Problem?
    • Let’s look at them both
    • Challenge of Polarities
    • (Why balance this polarity?) Change/ Stability/ Chaos Control
    • Which One will You Try?