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Strategic Organizational Planning that Makes a Difference
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3/10/2016
When: Thursday, March 10, 2016
6:30 pm- 8:30 pm
Where: NASW Chapter Office
50 Broadway
Suite 1001
New York 10004
United States
Presenter: Richard Herstein, LMSW, LMT


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Positioning Your Organization for the Future: Strategic Organizational Planning that Makes a Difference

Strategic planning is an organizational management activity that is used to set organizational priorities to assist the organization to successfully carry out its mission and vision.  Each part of the outline of a typical strategic organization plan will be discussed. This will include the organization’s:

  • Mission and vision
  • Problems
  • Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats (SWOT Analysis)
  • Goals
  • Action Plan
  • Implementation, monitoring, and evaluation

This workshop will also cover how to move a strategic plan from being a remote mechanical process to generate engagement and maximize the likelihood that the plan will be a living document. The roles of staff, board, and facilitator (s) will also be explored.

 

Presenter Information:

Richard Herstein, LMSW, LMT is a senior non-profit executive with decades of experience in strategic planning, program development, grant writing, contract maximization, quality improvement, and operations.  As a development executive, he has raised over $100 million from three levels of government, corporations, and foundations.  This included increasing annual revenue from $9 to $28 million within three years for a leading child welfare organization.


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