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Creating an articulated strategy that is based on prioritized goals and measurable outcomes that are grounded in realistic use of resources.

Having an well articulated strategy can provide greater clarity of purpose and action. When resources are in tight demand being able to prioritize goals, see specific actions and activities along with timelines to complete is critical. Without a clear strategy it is easy to get lost in the weeds or worse have your hardwork not deliver the expected outcome. 

Case Study

The Problem

  • Goal Setting

  • Resource planning

  • Timelines

  • Measureable outcomes

Our Solutions

In volunteer organizations as much as possible the knowledge should reside in the process so there is less training for new persons to pick up a task. Keep clear site on the goals and do not let obstacles deter.

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