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How to Succeed at Planning: Looking Forward/Working Backward. Nan Westervelt, Faculty 2006 ESP Summer Seminar. Overview of Session. Participants will
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The most effective method to Succeed at Planning: Looking Forward/Working Backward Nan Westervelt, Faculty 2006 ESP Summer Seminar

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Overview of Session Participants will Know the means to take that will develop a trusting & open relationship among accomplices & build up a common duty to what achievement looks like Understand how a model arranging process consolidated with vital arranging ("Backward Design") can dispatch and guide association arranging endeavors Integrate fruitful and demonstrated activities into future arranging sessions and/or arrange a withdraw to dispatch their organization endeavors

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Partnership A relationship between people or gatherings that is portrayed by shared collaboration and obligation, concerning the accomplishment of a predefined objective. Jane Remer

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Theory – Characteristics of Effective Partnerships What are attributes of viable associations? "Learning Partnerships—Improving Learning in Schools with Arts Partners in Communities" by Craig Dreeszen, Ph.D, Arts Extension Service University of Massachusetts ( "Organization Planning Process Checklist (adjusted from the "Learning Partnerships Planning Workbook"

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Theory into Practice Know Yourself What is your purpose behind teaming up? What do you need out of the association? What do you add to the organization? What restricts your interest? (Work force, offices, budgetary approach or lawful confinements)

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Create an "Open door Statement" Represents the mutual comprehension of the goals, trusts and desires of the association What is the test that we wish to fathom? Then again what need or opportunity would we like to determine? [For whom—How might the school be enhanced, changed or distinctive in the event that we were fruitful? What is the answer for the test or the End result we\'d get a kick out of the chance to witness? Portray the exercises we\'ll do to get it going What are the qualities & convictions that ought to guide us in our everyday connections with each other and our voting demographics? Why we do it—Core Values

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Guidelines & Tips* Purpose: One sentence that portrays the final product the organization group tries to fulfill and for whom Business: The essential means used to finish the reason (activity, administrations, program, and so on.) Values: A rundown of qualities and convictions shared by individuals from the group and rehearsed in their work.

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How may having an "Open door Statement" for your association be useful—if by any means?

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Vision Vs. "Opportunity Statement" (otherwise known as Mission) Opportunity Statement answers the inquiries: Why does our organization exist? What "business" would we say we are in? What qualities will control us? Vision proclamation answers the question: What will achievement resemble? Challenges and rouses the association to accomplish its "central goal"

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Next Steps Re-visit your venture thought Does it adjust to what you found out about the inspirations, needs, and needs of your accomplices? Your Opportunity Statement? Your vision? Build up or Re-affirm Partnership Goals & Objectives Use the Partnership Planning Process Checklist as a guide in propelling arranging and as a "touchstone" for the duration of the life of your organization

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Reflection-Create a Lune—A three-line lyric comprising of 3 words, 5 words, and 3 words (otherwise known as American Haiku) Last line frequently communicates an astound or a question. (You can outline your ballad) Theme: "What I know (or have learned) about arranging a powerful association." Optional sharing

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*Tips for Writing a Mission Purpose (End result): Use an infinitive verb that shows an adjustment in status (e.g., to increment, to reduction, to wipe out, to anticipate, and so forth.) Identify issue to be tended to or condition to be changed Business (Means): Use verb, for example, "to give," or connection a reason explanation with the words "by" or "through" Values & Beliefs (Guides your work): Driving estimations of an association exist, whether talked or not, in all organizations, but rather in the best ones, they are talked

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