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An analysis of the Bridge Adult Centre with recommendations

An analysis of the Bridge Adult Centre with recommendations

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    • Bridge Adult Service Centre
       Presented by:
      Ling Jiang, Matthew Kesthely , Chris McGean, Christine Schweitzer , WeiweiZou 
    • Company Overview
      “With mutual respect, Bridge Adult Service Centre believes in empowering individuals with disabilities to make their contribution to society.”
      “Bridge Adult Service Centre wishes to move towards fostering lifelong learning and growth with independency and accomplishment.”
    • Key Strategic Issue
      Bridge Adult Service Centre needs to determine how to gain secure streams of revenue in order to promote, enhance and develop their organization to better serve theirclients.
    • Situational Analysis-Key Trends (Exhibit 1)
      Community inclusion programs are becoming more prominent
      Social networks have taken off
      Relationships will still rule
    • Situational Analysis-Key Success Factors
      Relationship building
      Secure revenue streams
      Human resources
      Strategic policy-making board
      Committed staff/volunteers
      Programs that produce
    • Situational Analysis
      Core competencies
      Areas of Concern
      Healthy organizational culture
      Committed staff with experience
      Strong clients relationship
      Lack of strategic planning
      Hiring
      New/current program
      Volunteer
      Lack of secured streams of revenues
    • Board of Directors
      Survey results in Exhibit 3
      Fair on fulfillment of governance responsibility
      Fair on clarity of roles/ board composition
      Poor on fulfillment of supportive responsibility
    • Key Strategic Issue
      Bridge Adult Service Centre needs to determine how to gain secured streams of revenue in order to promote, enhance and develop their organization to better serve theirclients.
      Time Frame: 6 months
      Decision Makers: Susan and Board of Directors
    • Strategic Alternatives
      1 = fair, 2 = moderate, 3 = excellent
    • RecommendationOverview
      Jun. 2011
      Mar. 2012
      Oct. 2013
      Jul. 2015
    • Recommendation- Phase 1: Promote
      Jun. 2011
      • Start: June 2011
      • Time Frame: 9 months
      • Financial Projection: + $35,420
      Action Plans:
      Hiring Marketing Coordinator
      Sponsorships
      Promotion
      9 months
      Mar. 2012
      Oct. 2013
      Jul. 2015
    • Jun2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Promote:1. Hiring Marketing Coordinator
      Job Creation Partnership (NS)
      Up to 52 weeks employment
      Job description (Exhibit 4)
    • Sponsorship package (Exhibit 5)
      Adopt gold, silver and bronze sponsors
      Foundation grants (Exhibit 6)
      Canada Post, Canadian MDRT Foundation
      Make initial contacts
      Contractors & Community Employment
      Jun2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Phase 1:Promote2. Sponsorships
    • Brochure/flyers/local newspaper
      Social media/website layouts
      Mention Bridge Adult on Town of Amherst website
      Fundraising
      Jun2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Phase 1: Promote3. Marketing
    • Phase 1: Promote-Financial Projections
      Jun2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      June. 2011
      Revenues = $37,250
      Expenses = $1,830
      Net Income = $35,420 over 9 months
      • Exhibit 10
      9 months
      Mar. 2012
      Oct. 2013
      Apr. 2016
    • Recommendation- Phase 2: Enhance
      June. 2011
      • Start: March 2012
      • Time Frame: 18 months
      • Financial Projections: +$65,590
      Action Plans:
      Board of Directors
      Hiring staff
      Extend current program
      Fundraising
      Mar. 2012
      18 months
      Oct. 2013
      Jul. 2015
    • Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Phase 2: Enhance1. Board of Directors
      • Governance model (Exhibit 7)
      • Executive Director evaluation (Exhibit 8)
    • Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Phase 2: Enhance2. Hiring staff (Exhibit 4)
      • New Executive Director (May 2012)
      • One additional staff (October 2013)
      • Laundry service
      • Amherst farmer’s market
      • Add contract service
      • Stamping/mail preparation/labeling
      • Shredding
      Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Phase 2: Enhance3. Extend current program
    • Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Phase 2: Enhance4. Fundraising
      • Leadership MTA
      • Student Co-ordinator: Laura Stymiest
      • Volunteer
      • Fundraising
    • Phase 2: Enhance-Financial Projections
      Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      June. 2011
      Expense: $ 7,000
      Net Income: + $ 8,000 over 18 month
      Revenue: $114,450
      Expense: $ 48,860
      Net Income: $ 65,590 over 18 months
      • Exhibit 10
      Mar. 2012
      18 months
      Oct. 2013
      Jul. 2015
    • Recommendation- Phase 3: Develop
      June. 2011
      • Start: Oct 2013
      • Time Frame: 21 months
      • Financial Projection:+ $61,270
      Action Plans:
      Find new programs
      Community employment
      Mar. 2012
      21
      months
      Oct. 2013
      Jul. 2015
    • Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Phase 3: Develop1. New programs
      Crafts
      Recycling
      Bottle drop-off/ depot
    • Phase 3: Develop2. Community Employment
      Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      Community employment assistance
      Exhibit 9
    • Phase 3: Enhance-Financial Projections
      Jul 2011
      Mar 2012
      Oct 2013
      Jul 2015
      June. 2011
      Revenue: $165,000
      Expense: $ 103,730
      Net Income: $61,270 over 21 months
      • Exhibit 10
      Mar. 2012
      21 months
      Oct. 2013
      Jul. 2015
    • Stakeholder Analysis
    • Conclusion
      Bridge Adult Service Centre needed to determine how to gain secured streams of revenue in order to promote, enhance and develop their organization to better serve their clients.
      After four years: +$162,280