All day refreshments (tea, coffee, biscuits, table snacks) and catered lunch
Imperative for working differently
It is increasingly evident that to be sustainable non-government organisations (NGOs) need to adopt innovative approaches to service delivery, including forming strategic alliances and diversifying income streams.
This workshop will assist NGOs in the Mid West to consider their infrastructure and the services that they currently deliver and what might be done at a strategic level to ensure their ongoing ability to improve the quality of life for people in the region. In particular the project will focus on small to medium NGOs that solely or predominantly deliver services in this region.
Imperative for working differently – a brief overview
Considering the Options
What Boards & executives need to consider in looking at options for alliances, partnerships, restructuring and/or mergers. How to protect unique service delivery approach and ensure client service base is protected.
What makes Strategic Alliances successful?
Why some partnerships/joint ventures/restructures are successful and others are not; addressing barriers; approaching & keeping effective working relationships; addressing cultural differences; managing people throughout the significant change process.
Understanding the information that needs to be collated; looking at structural options & legalities associated with each; regulations and legal matters to consider eg constitutions, creating effective agreements, due diligence.
Lessons Learnt from the Sector
What agencies with experience have to say?
4 speakers short talks and panel Q&A.
What next & Summary
Where to go for further assistance and information.
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