Pixie small bag Brown Chlo 9g9O9Htbnm

SKU826015168840766
Pixie small bag - Brown Chlo 9g9O9Htbnm
Pixie small bag - Brown Chlo</ototo></div>
                

                <span></span>
                

            </div>
            <div>
                 
 
                <ul>
                     
 
                    <li>
                         
 
                        <ul>
                             
 
                            <li>
                                <a href= Vision Mission
  • Punta Grande Shopper Bag Mars UinAxr
  • Modal Scarf Going Green by VIDA VIDA b9xsdBCbP
  • Officers
  • Events
  • Womens Pccameo Leather Cross Over Bag Shoulder Bag Pieces X7iqPqf
  • Tote Bag wild flower by VIDA VIDA bLY5YT16u
  • Red Embellished Elastic Headband Pretty Little Thing Ih3hflQx
  • Contact Us
  • Iside clutch Red Valextra yz1uQc
  • Womens Cable Faux Pom Bubble Beanie BeigeMink One Size Manufacturer Size 99 New Look xpmmN4WSCp
    350 Share
    350 Share
    Modal Scarf Rubino White Abstract by Tony Rubino Tony Rubino PFz1t5EdJ
    » Leather 14karat Gold And Pearl Choker one size Mizuki mWkvu6b
    » Womens Baguette Phantom Cage Ring Hoorsenbuhs DdnrW1
    » Chapter 8. Developing a Strategic Plan » Section 4. Developing Successful Strategies: Planning to Win » Main Section
    Chapter 8
    ← Table of Contents

    Chapter 8 Sections

    What is a strategy?

    A strategy is a way of describing you are going to get things done. It is less specific than an action plan (which tells the who-what-when); instead, it tries to broadly answer the question, "How do we get there from here?" (Do we want to take the train? Fly? Walk?)

    A good strategy will take into account existing barriers and resources (people, money, power, materials, etc.). It will also stay with the overall vision, mission, and objectives of the initiative. Often, an initiative will use many different strategies--providing information, enhancing support, removing barriers, providing resources, etc.--to achieve its goals.

    Objectives outline the aims of an initiative--what success would look like in achieving the vision and mission. By contrast, strategies suggest paths to take (and how to move along) on the road to success. That is, strategies help you determine how you will realize your vision and objectives through the nitty-gritty world of action.

    What are the criteria for developing a good strategy?

    Strategies for your community initiative should meet several criteria.

    Does the strategy:

    Why develop strategies?

    Developing strategies is really a way to focus your efforts and figure out how you're going to get things done. By doing so, you can achieve the following advantages:

    When should you develop strategies for your initiative?

    Developing strategies is the fourth step in the VMOSA (Vision, Mission, Objectives, Strategies, and Action Plans) process outlined at the beginning of this chapter. Developing strategies is the essential step between figuring out your objectives and making the changes to reach them. Strategies should always be formed in advance of taking action, not deciding how to do something after you have done it. Without a clear idea of the how, your group's actions may waste time and effort and fail to take advantage of emerging opportunities. Strategies should also be updated periodically to meet the needs of a changing environment, including new opportunities and emerging opposition to the group's efforts.

    How do you develop strategies?

    Once again, let's refer back to our friends at the fictional Reducing the Risk (RTR) Coalition that hopes to reduce the risk of teenage pregnancy in its community. We'll walk through the process of developing strategies with this group so as to better explain the who, what, and why of strategies.

    As with the process you went through to write your vision and mission statements and to set your objectives, developing strategies involves brainstorming and talking to community members.

    Organize a brainstorming meeting with members of your organization and members of the community

    Remember, people will work best in a relaxed and welcoming environment. You can help achieve this by:

    The RTR Coalition held brainstorming sessions among organization members. They invited local teens, parents, teachers, counselors, church members, and other community leaders to participate in listening sessions. These were used to help develop strategies to reduce the risk of teen pregnancy. Homemade cookies, fruit, and coffee helped make participants feel welcome.

    Review (identify) the targets and agents of change for your initiative

    Review your vision, mission, and objectives to keep you on the right track

    It is helpful to review your mission, vision, and objectives to ensure that your strategies are all aligned with the goals expressed in your previous work.

    Work together to brainstorm the best strategies for your initiative

    The following list of questions can be a guide for deciding on the most beneficial strategies for your group:

    Let's look at the strategies proposed by the members of the RTR Coalition to prevent teen pregnancy.

    Things to note about the RTR strategies:

    Check your proposed strategies for completeness, accuracy, and whether they contribute to the vision, mission, and objectives

    Example: The strategies of the RTR Coalition

    Loading...

    Adblocker

    Thanks for coming to Confidential's.

    Looks like you might have an AdBlocker on. Please whitelist confidentials.co.ukto continue to our site and enjoy an Ad-Light experience.

    Okay, I understand
    Manchester
    Manci Doodle

    “Very valuable story...”

    Warth Mills: the Bury WWII internment camp that time forgot
    Princess bobble hat White Dolce amp; Gabbana W9EeW08

    “They don't have to go that far, they could go to Liverpool, Leeds or...”

    Stain on the city - why are Manchester's pavements so dirty?
    Shekdon Anymore

    “It isn't though, nowhere near.”

    Wild things - Manchester named 'wildest city in the world'
    Livingston Suede Tote Mark Cross 9oeCPghcR

    “Not just any pizzas. Exotica on a dough base” – Opium, Deansgate, reviewed

    Jonathan Schofield has a remarkable meal, but not in that way

    Eating Out / Italian

    Salford's Peel Park is looking lovely - now let's sort the rest out

    Jonathan Schofield thinks the provision of beautiful parks should be part of health policy

    / Cheap eats

    Manchester's top 35 restaurant deals: July 2018

    From unlimited tapas to free bottles of Prosecco and PAYF supper clubs, make the most...

    / Features Opinion

    Sara Rowbotham: "child sexual abuse happens in every community, every society, every town"

    Rochdale councillor John Blundell speaks to the NHS Heroes Award-winner about unearthing child sex exploitation

    / Sleuth

    Code of Conduct: how to behave in... Spinningfields

    Sleuth takes a look at the new set of rules issued for the city's financial...

    / Events Listings

    15 things to do in Manchester: July 2018

    From Wimbledon Live to Disco Classical with Sister Sledge, our pick of July’s best events...

    / Pubs

    Where to watch World Cup 2018 in Manchester

    From Oxford Road to Ancoats, Deansgate to Northern Quarter, we've got you covered

    How much? Green Quarter residents told to pay £3m to replace Grenfell-style cladding

    As leaseholders are asked to stump up costs, is it time we turned the sprinklers...

    The pursuit of hoppiness - Top 10 Manchester Beer Week events

    What has got Neil Sowerby frothing at the mouth this year?

    Manchester’s about to become the best place in the UK to be a new parent

    Businesses are uniting to sign up for the ‘Working Forward pledge’, a nationwide initiative being...

    'A tiger without the teeth' - Grand Pacific, King Street, reviewed

    With flavours spanning the Far East, Deanna Thomas was expecting it to pack a bit...

    / New Openings
    We’ve updated our Privacy Policy to give you more control over your information and support new European data protection laws. You can review the changes .

    The Lights of This Earth Are Blinding

    by Centuries

    Unable to save changes to your wishlist.
    supported by
    JUSTIN FUCKING LOBBAN
    JUSTIN FUCKING LOBBAN Another amazing release from a criminally underrated band. They mature with each release; this one should not be missed. Favorite track: Soil.
    Vladimir Poutine
    Vladimir Poutine Sludgy hardcore that can't wait to throw a brick through your windshield. Favorite track: Bow Across A String.
    Wojto
    killnill757
    Tom Gottermeyer
    christburner
    Keith
    solanaceous
    William Justin Landers
    Alex Glasser
    nucelnr11
    Torben Lühring
    Yo Uv
    FredericBe
    Roman Bernhard Eppstein
    capitanostupido
    MaDdMuNk
    Bearach
    Edward Woodhams
    Chris Gleason
    Garrett Bymers
    Erfinder Knöpfle
    jwhertner
    Joshua Buergel
    metalfritz
    michael luger
    Yolomir
    Peter Collins
    pagewags
    Eric Benda
    Streaming + Download
    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

    $7.99 USD or more

    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
    Includes unlimited streaming of via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 5 days
    released January 26, 2018
    all rights reserved

    Tags

    metal Multistripes Fringe Maxi Tote in Black Sensi Studio EMMImJxU
    hardcore punk Modal Scarf Radar Love by VIDA VIDA JyI9V
    Florida

    Shopping cart

    Check out

    about

    Centuries Florida

    The Lights of This Earth Are Blinding
    Jan 2018
    Modal Scarf STAND 26 by VIDA VIDA qboNCPPwe
    Aug 2013

    Contact Centuries

    Streaming and Download help

    Follow Us

    Quick Links

    Phone

    410-706-4387

    E-Mail

    Sunglasses On Sale Rose Gold 2017 one size Tom Ford one size Tom Ford 2017 bjUGK

    Mailing Address

    AASWSW, c/o Office of the Dean College of Social Work University of South Carolina 1512 Pendleton Street. Room 338 Columbia, South Carolina, 29208

    © 2018 by American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare | Privacy Policy

    Web Design By Wood Street, Inc.