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Strategic Planning Workshop for NFPs - Special Offer


11 May 2009 at 5:18 pm
Staff Reporter
A one-day practical workshop on advanced strategic planning for Not for Profits is being held on 26th May 2009 in Melbourne with a special discount for Pro Bono Australia readers.

Staff Reporter | 11 May 2009 at 5:18 pm


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Strategic Planning Workshop for NFPs - Special Offer
11 May 2009 at 5:18 pm

A one-day practical workshop on advanced strategic planning for Not for Profits is being held on 26th May 2009 in Melbourne with a special discount for Pro Bono Australia readers.

This workshop via Steven Bowman’s Conscious-Governance organisation aims to provide excellence in debate and implementation in Strategic Planning; from the start up, through to execution, impacts, results and accountability.

Places are limited to 40 people, and the last Melbourne workshop in August 08 was filled to capacity with a long waiting list.

Bowman says many who attended the last workshop have fundamentally changed they way they now conduct their strategic planning, and have commented on how much easier the whole process is for them now.

This one day program will consider the four major areas for Advanced Strategic Planning

Creating Awareness & Exploring Possible Plausibles: environmental scanning; risk profiles; using advanced strategy tools to be better informed; testing assumptions and expectations, readying the organisation for change
Strategic Planning Frameworks that work: how to gather information from across and beyond your organisation; managing the process; ensuring effective strategic planning policies and procedures
Creating Decisions that are truly Strategic: The role of the vision statement, cross linking the possible plausibles with the SWOR analysis, reality checking the identified strategies, identifying the strategic actions required, structuring the strategic plan
Developing implementation that Works: Structuring the strategic plan, Developing the strategic Board agenda, structuring Board and staff reports, annual reports as accountability tools, succession planning; Performance management issues, creating a strategic culture, innovation linked to strategy, reviewing the strategic plan.

Steve Bowman is offering Pro Bono Australia readers a special 20% discount off the regular registration fee.

Our readers can register for the special price of $388. (please advise when booking that your are a Pro Bono Australia reader)

Click this link to download the registration details: conscious-governance.com



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