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Governance vs, Management: SWOT Analysis

Governance vs, Management: SWOT Analysis

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  • 1. SWOT AnalysisVeronica Ester MendozaSeptember 11-13, 2012 Quezon City
  • 2. What are the reasons to do strategic planning?• Needs of people are changing• Situation in the communities are changing• Sources or amount of funding are changing• Focus and activities are not relevant and need to be changed
  • 3. How to develop a strategic plan?• Step 1: Get Organized• Step 2: Take Stock/Inventory• Step 3: Set direction• Step 4: Refine and Adopt the Plan• Step 5: Implement the Plan
  • 4. How to develop a strategic plan? Step 2: Take Stock ▫ Doing an inventory ▫ Situation analysis Internal environment or what you have within the organization External environment or what you have outside of the organization
  • 5. • THINGS WE DO WELL• OUR CAPABILITIES & CAPACITIES
  • 6. • THINGS WE NEED TO BECOME GOOD AT• THINGS WE NEED TO IMPROVE IN
  • 7. OPENINGS, POSSIBILITIES,OPTIONS TO GRAB OR USE
  • 8. CONSTRAINTS, BLOCKS, PROBLEMS THAT PREVENT SUCCESS
  • 9. INTERNALENVIRONMENT EXTERNALENVIRONMENT
  • 10. • What do we do • What do we need to best? improve on?• What are we • What do we need to capable of? be doing more of?• What possibilities do • What challenges or we need to explore? problems may slow• What options do we us down? have before us? • What difficulties are we seeing?
  • 11. How will an organizationdetermine the bestcourse for the future? • Capabilities • Resources Strengths & Weaknesses Mission FIT Opportunities & Threats • Needs of stakeholders • Competitors & alliesFinding the Fit • Social, economic, political, & technological forces
  • 12. INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES HIGHLY COMMITTED STAFF INADEQUATE STAFF WELL-DESIGNED SKILLSPROGRAMS & GOOD TRACK NOT ENOUGH STAFF TO RECORD DO THE WORK OPPORTUNITIES THREATS NUMEROUS TRAINING DWINDLING PROGRAMS AVAILABLE INTERNATIONAL FUNDING BUSINESS WILLING TO HIGH DEMAND FOR SUPPORT NGO WORK OVERSEAS WORKERS EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
  • 13. Workshop 2: SWOT Analysis INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESOPPORTUNITIES THREATS EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
  • 14. Aids to Analysis• Seize/grab opportunities to minimize your weakness & threats ▫ Avail of training and scholarships to improve skills of staff ▫ Submit project proposals to corporations/business for fund support
  • 15. • Use your strength to counter or cushion the threats ▫ Use good track record in applying for other funding sources ▫ Motivate staff through challenging programs, good work environment, and career development ▫ Attract volunteers & supporters to help the staff