Wed, Mar 08, 2017 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Achieving your organization’s goals often requires understanding and alignment across multiple stakeholders. Board members, staff, donors, and stakeholders of all types need to be engaged in the planning and implementation of new strategies and actions. But how can you do this efficiently when there may be many... (continued)
Published by the Association for the Study and Development of Community for the Community Foundations/Intergroup Relations Program (2001) This document describes ten principles for effective efforts to strengthen intergroup relations, using a review of social science research (including reports on practitioner experience),... (continued)
This article offers five key steps to success in implementing organization-wide knowledge management including the activities for each step and potential roadblocks. The steps are: Get Started, Develop Strategy, Design and Launch, Expand and Support, and Institutionalize.
This article offers five key steps to... (continued)
Strong focus on helping individuals to learn knowledge, skills, attitudes, etc., in regard to improving individual performance, eg, about career development, communications, creativity, employee performance, evaluations, group performance, group skills, guiding skills, interpersonal skills, leadership development,... (continued)
Strategy plays a big part in how our team determines when a new program or product idea is worth investing in. We have so many factors to consider when rolling out something new and I have found logic models to be a great way to help us break them down and direct us in the... (continued)
This article explains that proactive communication is key in overcoming resistance to change management processes. It includes the Resistance Management Customization Grid which helps planners gauge an appropriate response.
This article explains that proactive communication is key in overcoming resistance to change... (continued)
This journal explores the various roles of facilitation including working groups, or as coach, teacher, trainer, and mentor. NOTE: A paid membership is required to view this resource.
This journal explores the various roles of facilitation including working groups, or as coach, teacher, trainer, and mentor. NOTE: A paid membership... (continued)