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  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • Actually still 13 projects, will get down to 12, with a client outstanding and team lead pref—still looking for one or two team leads—background in consulting Bid into course and when accepted, we will provide you a supplemental application in which you will rank order your top choices.Traditionally been able to give top 1-3 choicesCome to info sessions to hear from former team members and a couple of former/new team leads
  • So what is S3 and why do students report that it as one of the most rewarding and yet challenging courses they’ve ever taken? S3 is a nonprofit consulting course where students consult with motivated nonprofit clients. 4 major components make it a success for all stakeholders.1. MBA student team- Composed of 5 students ( 1 MBA team lead, 3 MBA/other grad students and 1 undergrad ) work and leverage each member’s particular expertise, whether it be finance, technology, healthcare, etc. 2. Nonprofit organization- They are asking you very tough, strategic questions facing their orgs. These are mission- critical and complex probs. Clients often say S3 teams are some of the best consultants. They've ever worked with.3. Course instructors- You have access to stellar instruction by Paul Jansen, Director Emeritus, Mckinsey & Co, founder global phil practice and dr.nora silver, Center director, adjunct professor and nationally recognize nonprofit expert. Course is designed to mirror real- time project experience and provides the tools and academic frameworks you need. 4. McKinsey Coaches- You have the opp to get in front of seasoned consultants to set you up for career in consulting or have a real-life project to list on your resume to speak about in your interviews . For example, two team leads sought out this exp. to prepare and leverage their consulting careers. Coaches are instrumental in providing assistance with scoping and are your teams very own thought partner! They also share McKinsey tools and frameworks.  
  • Social Sector Solutions Infosession

    1. 1. 2013 S3 ClientsClick to edit Master text styles Second level ZAGAYA Third level Fourth level Fifth level http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    2. 2. Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    3. 3. Course Objectives  To increase student skills in  Real problem solving  Persuading decision makers  Preparing an organization for entrepreneurial success  Why studentsClick to edit Master text stylessign up for S3 Second level To explore consulting - process and mindsets Third level Fourth level To experience working with social sector Fifth level organizations on critical issues To have the opportunity to work with McKinsey consultants and explore management consulting http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    4. 4. S3 Team Lead Value Proposition • Best BILD leadership development opportunity • Authentic consulting experienceClick to edit Master text styles Second level • Consulting skill development (project and Third level Fourth level client management) Fifth level • True autonomy – lead from start to finish • Coaching relationship http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    5. 5. Course Components  MBA 292S-1/EWMBA 292S-1 (for undergraduates, UGBA 199)  3 credits, Tuesdays 6-9:30 pm Required kick-off (Jan 25th) and finale (May 10th) @ McKinsey SF 3-5pm  Topics: Consulting Skills • Scope negotiation and work planning • Client stylesClick to edit Master text management • Second level Storyline development • Communication skills & planning Third level • Charting Fourth level effective team dynamics • Fostering Fifth level  Topics: Nonprofit Organizations • 10 things to know about social impact clients • Theory of change • Governance and decision-making • Nonprofit strategy and capacity building • Financial models and fundraising http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    6. 6. Video of 2010 FinaleClick to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level http://nonprofit.haas.berkeley.edu/new/videos/S3_2011_Students.html http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    7. 7. High-quality learning experienceClick to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    8. 8. Selection of Nonprofit Clients Interesting problemClick to edit Master text styles Second level Third level S3 Fourth level Fifth level Project Do-able Selection Committed project client team http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    9. 9. S3 2013: Real Projects, Real ResultsOrganization Industry ProjectCA Hispanic Chambers of Business Build revenue model to support Hispanic businesses in California through 65 local chambers in 4 regions.Commerce developmentCity of Richmond – Lawrence Economic Create a business plan to capture the economic benefits for Richmond from the new campus of LawrenceBerkeley National Lab development Berkeley National Laboratory to be located in the city, focusing on supply chain to generate local employment and revenue.City of Richmond – Fair Trade Economic Devise a business plan for a proposed fair trade marketplace location in Richmond.Marketplace developmentNorthern California Community Economic Conduct market research and create a marketing plan to attract new investors in the loan fund, to provide Click to edit Master text stylesLoan Fund development and Finance economic development for low income communities.Five Keys Charter School level Second Education and Create a Social Impact Bond in San Francisco based on lowered juvenile recidivism. Juvenile justice Third levelDavid and Lucile Packard Fourth level Assist a foundation in creating its strategy to move from a preschool focus to a birth to third grade focus.Foundation: Preschool California EducationThe Working Group - Not in Our Fifth level Build a sustainable revenue model for this anti-hate crime multi-media organization Film/MultimediaTownChildrens Hospital of Oakland Health Build a tele-presence to improve patient care for children and their familiesCoalition for Compassionate Care of Health Create a business plan for a new consulting arm to healthcare organizations to advance palliative medicine andCalifornia end-of-life care in California.Zagaya Health Create plans for new plants in India and Brazil to produce the active ingredient in ACT’s--the WHO- recommended treatment for malaria.The Daily Cal Journalism Develop a business plan to engage business students in strengthening the business operations of the Daily Cal newspaper.Hispanic Foundation Silicon Valley Philanthropy Create a 2-3 year strategic plan for a foundation serving the Hispanic community in Silicon Valley. http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    10. 10. Making a Commitment  Please apply only if serious about making a commitment to the S3 client, your teammates and the instructorsClick to edit Master text styles  There are no Second level drop/adds for Social Sector Solutions. Third level Fourth level Fifth level We will endeavor to give you one of your top choices of teams. http://bit.ly/socialsolutions
    11. 11. Apply for S3 • Students interested in being a Team Lead should send an email Nora Silver with a resume silver@haas.berkeley.edu • MBA studentsClick to edit Master text styles must bid into the class during Second level class bidding in November. S3 is a BILD elective Third level Fourth level course. Fifth level • All non-MBA students (graduates and undergraduates) must fill out an online application at http://bit.ly/socialsolutions http://bit.ly/socialsolutions

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