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Strategic Planning for Networks (Network Funders Meeting)

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Five minute introduction to a longer discussion about strategic planning for networks, using the Wikimedia Foundation 2009-2010 strategic planning process as a case study.

Five minute introduction to a longer discussion about strategic planning for networks, using the Wikimedia Foundation 2009-2010 strategic planning process as a case study.

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  • 1. Strategic Planning for Networks
    Case Study: Wikimedia Foundation, 2009-2010
    October 17, 2011
    Eugene Eric Kim <eekim@groupaya.net>
  • 2. Strategic Planning for Networks
    What This Means For You
    The Wikimedia Challenge
  • 3.
  • 4. 280
    Language Versions of Wikimedia Projects
  • 5. Source: Wikimedia Foundation, Wikipedia (September 2011)
  • 6. 100,000
    Active Contributors Around the World
  • 7. A Slice of the Community
  • 8. In 2009, Wikimedia was a
    global movement with a vision...
    Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.
    That's our commitment.
    ... but no collective strategy
    for achieving this vision.
  • 9. Strategic Planning for
    Networks?
    How do you develop a movement-wide
    five-year strategy in a completely open, collaborative way (the wiki way)?
  • 10. The Wikimedia Challenge
    What This Means For You
    Strategic Planning for Networks
  • 11. 1
    Year Process
  • 12. 1,000
    Participants
  • 13. 1,500
    Pages of Content
  • 14. 50
    Different Languages
  • 15. 5
    Movement-Wide Priorities
  • 16. The Wikimedia Challenge
    Strategic Planning for Networks
    What This Means For You
  • 17. Only 5% of the workforce understandstheir company's strategy.
    Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton. The Strategy-Focused
    Organization. Harvard Business School Press: 2000.
  • 18. The Plan Is Not the Point!
  • 19. The Real Goal Is Activation
  • 20. The Real Goal Is Activation
    Alignment Around Goals
    Matters Most
  • 21. A Provocative Claim
    The Wikimedia Strategy Process could only happen this way.
  • 22. A Provocative Claim
    The Wikimedia Strategy Process could only happen this way.
    All strategy should
    happen this way.
  • 23. A Provocative Claim
    The Wikimedia Strategy Process could only happen this way.
    All strategy should
    happen this way.
    Come to our session to find out more.

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