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Generating impact through strategy: what’s your charity’s USP?

This seminar will focus on what drives good strategy and how to develop a strategy that results in a clear purpose, effective decisions, better implementation and greater impact.
When Mar 15, 2017
from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Resource For London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA
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Contact Phone 020 7620 4862
Attendees Those interested in strategy development
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Most charities have a strategy, but does it ask the right questions? Has your strategy evolved to meet the reality of the external environment? Does your charity understand and articulate its role in addressing its cause? Are you prioritising activities that add most value and achieve most impact? Is your strategy flexible and adaptable?

This seminar, drawing on Strategy for Impact: NPC’s practical approach to strategy development for charities, will focus on what drives good strategy and how to develop a strategy that results in a clear purpose, effective decisions, better implementation and greater impact. We will explore:

  • How the internal and external components of strategy combine to maximise impact.
  • How theory of change can support a good strategy creation.
  • How organisations can prioritise actions and make tough decisions.
  • How collaboration can be an effective route to impact.
  • How evidence/data should feed into strategy.
  • Overcoming barriers to successful strategy development/implementation.

The event will be chaired by Iona Joy, Head of Charities, NPC and speakers include:

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