The presentation accompanies part II of the Action Planning presentation and goes through action steps, identifying potential problems and opportunities, and contingency planning for the exercise example.
This presentation focuses on strategic alliances and coalitions for CSOs. It defines strategic alliances and coalitions, explains the basic approach to collaboration, goes over different types of collaboration, touches upon how to manage collaborative efforts and mentions potential problems that may arise.
This handout is part of the Personal Productivity and Time Management presentation. It includes eight questions about the amount of time and energy participants spend in each quadrant of the Time Matrix.
This presentation focuses on creating and managing effective boards. It reviews different board types, board member responsibilities, how boards can help with fundraising and tips for managing and organizing boards.
This handout accompanies the Ethical Decision-Making presentation and provides a survey on ethical aptitudes. It was reproduced from F. Neil Brady's Ethical Managing: Rules and Results (1990; Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, New York: pages 211-213).
This presentation focuses on the concept of corporate entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial intensity, the importance of developing skills in creativity, and strategies for entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity.
These slides accompany the Using Values & Vision presentation. Included are templates for three exercises: individual values clarification, corporate values clarification and values-business processes alignment.
This presentation on entrepreneurial marketing explains the new environment in which companies need to adapt their marketing strategies. It outlines the importance of respecting rules and values, different types of advertizing methods and top marketing pitfalls to watch for. Also included are links to marketing resources in the Middle East.
This presentation focuses on performance measuring as it applies to non-profit organizations. It outlines the importance of measuring impact, what non-profits can and cannot measure, challenges and pitfalls to avoid. Also included are examples of impact assessment flowcharts.
This presentation focuses on the key components of vision, characteristics of winning organizations and what it means for values to guide life choices. It includes several exercises for clarification of individual and corporate values and discusses the process of creating alignment.