Does your community have a disaster plan?...Speaking of younger family members, most schools have an emergency communication plan...Likewise, working adults should check with their employer for the plans for their workplace
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Strategic planning efforts should begin with research; a thorough review of the organization’s current state
Establish a strategic Planning schedule that is deliberate, collaborative, and builds synergies among you, your leadership team, and the Board. The process of developing a strategic plan is just that, a process.
In setting out to develop a strategic plan for your organization or community, one of the first tasks is identifying who will be working with you to lead the effort – your Strategic Planning Committee.
As dog ownership in the US grows, so does the need for pet waste management planning in residential communities. When it comes to pet waste management plans, the most effect strategies are multifaceted, involving the introduction of pet waste stations into the community, regular common area cleanings and ongoing resident education
Specifically, they are responsible for: Insuring comprehensive organizational planning occurs. Participating in the strategic planning process. Assessing the merits of the planning process and results
• Set Capital Improvement Priorities – Make a plan to address need facility and amenity updates...• Plan Quarterly In-House Lunch’ N Learn Sessions – Host facilitated team building to establish shared operational priorities
If you are serving on a non-profit or community association board you have 10 key responsibilities to your fellow board members and the organization: 1) Fulfill the mission and purposes of the organization, and advocate for them. 2) Select the general manager or chief executive. 3) Support and evaluate the general manager or chief executive. 4) Ensure effective planning. 5) Monitor and strengthen programs and services. 6) Ensure adequate financial resources. 7) Protect assets and provide financial oversight. 8) Build and sustain a competent board. 9) Ensure legal and ethical integrity. 10) Enhance and organization’s public standing