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Delivery of theWAGGGSMembership StrategyLiisa Sahi24 September 2012
Vision 2020               and        Mission   All girls and young      To enable girls and    women are valued         ...
Framework for putting strategy into action                     LEADERSHIP                     • Motivate volunteers / empl...
Content of this presentation1.   More local groups and more events2.   Knowledge-based management3.   Strategies into plan...
1. More local groupsand more events                   5
Mission Possible   Establish new groups    and make the existing    ones larger   Influencing attitudes    is hard – ins...
Guiding events to all girls   Show guiding to your best friend by taking her    with you     Possibility   to join   Op...
2. Knowledge-basedmanagement
Knowledge-based management   Using statistics of Guiding from national,    regional and world level       Membership rat...
Different dimensions when realizingthe goals   Knowledge of the issue   Clarity of the problem   Internal complexity of...
3. Strategies intoplans and actions
Strategies into plans   Short to long term (starting now):   Discuss the Membership Strategy and the    goals among the ...
Plans into actions   Produce different types of tool kits after having    indicated the needs of Regions / MOs       Bew...
Chain operations   Creating a Chain Operation Principle, which links       World Board / World Bureau       With Region...
Strategy implementation in anutshell   It means different actions       for each goal / different goals       for diffe...
When leading changes   I will use my efforts to find the engines   I will help the engines to find the first cabins   I...
Inspiration, motivation andfeedback   Sharing as much as I can     Sharing my thoughts, beliefs and attitude     Delega...
All photos:WAGGGSTGSF
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Sahi membership strategy

  1. 1. Delivery of theWAGGGSMembership StrategyLiisa Sahi24 September 2012
  2. 2. Vision 2020 and Mission All girls and young  To enable girls and women are valued young women to and take action to develop their fullest change the world potential as responsible citizens of the world
  3. 3. Framework for putting strategy into action LEADERSHIP • Motivate volunteers / employees • Use persuasion • Shape culture / valuesSTRUCTURAL DESIGN HUMAN RESOURCES• Create teams and chains • Recruit volunteers / employees• Arrange facilities, task design • Manage promotions / training INFORMATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS • Implement information systems • Apply rules and procedures
  4. 4. Content of this presentation1. More local groups and more events2. Knowledge-based management3. Strategies into plans and actions 4
  5. 5. 1. More local groupsand more events 5
  6. 6. Mission Possible Establish new groups and make the existing ones larger Influencing attitudes is hard – instead spread models and learning by doing Address to MOs and their districts
  7. 7. Guiding events to all girls Show guiding to your best friend by taking her with you  Possibility to join Open-to-all events  Focus in “get together” - not membership Retaining members MOs, districts and local groups
  8. 8. 2. Knowledge-basedmanagement
  9. 9. Knowledge-based management Using statistics of Guiding from national, regional and world level  Membership rate, age groups, amount of leaders etc. Using data concerning girls and young women Producing new research Getting girls and young women (guides and others) participate and give necessary information for development work 9
  10. 10. Different dimensions when realizingthe goals Knowledge of the issue Clarity of the problem Internal complexity of the problem External connections of the problem International reactions Resources Sensitiveness of the problem  usually culture-, customs-, religion- or politically related
  11. 11. 3. Strategies intoplans and actions
  12. 12. Strategies into plans Short to long term (starting now): Discuss the Membership Strategy and the goals among the key persons around the world  Arrange workshops, meetings, seminars, social media discussions etc.  Give the key persons inspiration, knowledge and courage when creating the steps to fulfil the expectations and goals  Use the key persons to give you feedback 12
  13. 13. Plans into actions Produce different types of tool kits after having indicated the needs of Regions / MOs  Beware of concentrating too much on guidelines, booklets and material  Actions instead of regulations Notice the need for training when adapting tool kits, definitions etc. Start training from World level, then make sure the Regions are able to give training to MOs 13
  14. 14. Chain operations Creating a Chain Operation Principle, which links  World Board / World Bureau  With Regions  With Member Organisations  and at the end with local Guide Groups Producing centralized support and development services for Regions and MOs 14
  15. 15. Strategy implementation in anutshell It means different actions  for each goal / different goals  for different MOs or Regions It means a realistic time table for actions  Because of shortage of resources (human, money etc.) It means even better communication using all kinds of media - especially social media - to shorten the worldwide distances 15
  16. 16. When leading changes I will use my efforts to find the engines I will help the engines to find the first cabins I will ignore the broken cabins – they will usually follow at the end 16
  17. 17. Inspiration, motivation andfeedback Sharing as much as I can  Sharing my thoughts, beliefs and attitude  Delegating with support, responsibility and power Changing process into project  Involving those who are co-operators, contributors or participants  Arranging meetings, workshops and seminars where we can refine the work 17
  18. 18. All photos:WAGGGSTGSF

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