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  • Review your corporate strategic plans, if none exist meet with your executive team to gain an understanding of the key strategic priorities.
    Know your market, with a bit of digging around you are guaranteed to find studies that will help identify the overarching strategy for your community and therefore your organization.
    How entrepreneurial is your organization?
    Do you have the ability to be a game changer?
    Question:
    What are some of the game changing activities you have executed
  • Program summaries for all programs, current and future, will keep you on track and save money.
    Include the purpose, goal, strategic alignment, financial impact, expected impact on the organization, and your customers.
    Answer these questions
    What are the critical success factors?
    What is the differentiator or uniqueness quotient
    Who are your strategic partners in delivery
    How does the program align with your corporate strategy AND fit the needs of your community
    Hint: Applying this process to past programs will build a valuable historical knowledge base and avoid costly mistakes in the future.
  • Using a consistent evaluation approach allows for factual, informed decision making.
    The building of this knowledge base enables the organization to address problem areas, make corrections and avoid making similar mistakes in the future.
     
    Do they meet the goals according to the original scope
    What do your customers say – attendees, sponsors, funders
    How much effort does it take to deliver
  • Using a consistent evaluation approach allows for factual, informed decision making.
    The building of this knowledge base enables the organization to address problem areas, make corrections and avoid making similar mistakes in the future.
     
    Do they meet the goals according to the original scope
    What do your customers say – attendees, sponsors, funders
    How much effort does it take to deliver
  • Not all programs will be a success, be prepared to correct the course when required.
    Programs not linked to corporate strategy add no measurable value to the organization in the long term and as such should be reviewed.
    Status Quo is never an option
    Sponsor trap – sponsors are happy and therefore no change is required
    Take action and terminate programs that do not meet minimal success factors regardless of their linkages to corporate strategy
    Termination saves the organization money, resources, time and possibly lost members.
  • Not all programs will be a success, be prepared to correct the course when required.
    Programs not linked to corporate strategy add no measurable value to the organization in the long term and as such should be reviewed.
    Status Quo is never an option
    Sponsor trap – sponsors are happy and therefore no change is required
    Take action and terminate programs that do not meet minimal success factors regardless of their linkages to corporate strategy
    Termination saves the organization money, resources, time and st members.
  • Charles Duell, Director of the US Patent Office, 1899
  • Out-of-the box thinking requires an openness to new ways of seeing the world and a willingness to explore.
    Out-of-the box thinkers know that new ideas need nurturing and support and accept the risk of acting on them
    Having an idea is good but acting on it is more important.
    And don’t forget … Results are what count.
  • Enable U Ppt Cindy

    1. 1. March 2010
    2. 2. KNOW YOUR BUSINESS
    3. 3. • Review your corporate strategic plans • Know your market • How entrepreneurial is your organization?
    4. 4. Plan
    5. 5. • Critical success factors • Uniqueness quotient • Strategic partners • Corporate AND community alignment
    6. 6. Evaluate
    7. 7. • Be consistent • Be honest • Ask others • Document
    8. 8. Correct
    9. 9. • Be prepared to take action • Status Quo is NOT an option • Tail wagging the dog? • Ready to be a game changer?
    10. 10. • Reputation management • Member retention • Sponsor satisfaction/retention • Financial stability Summary
    11. 11. "Everything that can be invented has been invented." …Really?????
    12. 12. Time to think out of the box
    13. 13. Cindy Pearson VP & COO BC Technology Industry Association cpearson@bctia.org

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