PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR NGOs

project management for NGOs

Project management for NGOs course focuses on strategic planning for NGOs in which flexibility and constant learning is the most important thing. The main emphasis is strategic and project planning using current real-world examples.

PRICE
150,000.00

Project management for NGOs course focuses on strategic planning for NGOs in which flexibility and constant learning is the most important thing. The main emphasis is  strategic and project planning using current real-world examples.Each course member will have the opportunity to create a strategic plan and learn how to implement it in practice.

 Step-by-step processes and techniques will be introduced for the various phases of a project life cycle. The course is intended for staff of non-governmental organisations who have responsibility for designing and carrying out a project, but with relatively little experience. Participants will be assisted in the development of project planning documents.This course focuses on strategic planning for NGOs in which flexibility and constant learning is the most important thing. This course focuses on strategic planning for businesses in which flexibility and constant learning is the most important thing. The main emphasis is corporate and investment strategy using current real-world examples.

Course Outlines

Strategic Planning Overview

Strategic Analysis

Strategic Planning Levels

Corporate Strategy

SBU/Business and Division Strategy

Operational Strategy

Creating the Strategic Plan

Vision

Mission

Values and behaviours

Goals, tasks and responsibilities

Methodologies

Creating tasks using the SMART framework

Business Motivation Model

Quick overview of the standard Software supporting Strategic Planning process

Strategy Implementation

Information systems

Assigning tasks

Introduction to the Project Cycle
Identifying Project Strategies
Preparing an Activity Schedule
Developing a Project Logical Framework
Estimating Resource Requirements
Managing your Project Team

Employee motivation

Strategic planning as an On-going

Process

Who should be responsible for strategic improvements?

Strategic planning as an On-going

Process

Who should be responsible for strategic improvements?

Using Business Motivation Model software to keep your strategy up to date

How to relate your processes to your business plan

Importance of Business Process

Management (BPM)

Balanced Scorecard and performance measurement

This training course has been created for

non-governmental agencies, directors,

managers, executives and analysts who

need to develop strategic planning skills.

It is not designed for academic purposes,

but to start realizing your dreams today.

Who Should Attend?

NGOs management team and staffs

Course Dates

Course Enquiry and Booking

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