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Next-Level Execution: Frameworks for Managing Performance

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October 10th 2019 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Colorado Nonprofit Association | Training Center
789 N SHERMAN ST
Suite 100
Denver 80203 - 3529

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Phone: (303) 813 - 4211
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Event Fee(s)
Registration $ 65.00
AFP $ 60.00

 


 

Pose this question to your coworkers: Which is harder, developing a strategy or executing it successfully? Though strategic planning gets more attention, nearly every manager I talk to agrees that executing on a strategy once its developed is the more challenging task. While graduate programs often prepare students to develop strategies, formal training often does little to prepare students to manage the execution of the complex projects and programs we find in the real world.

This training will introduce attendees to several different frameworks intended to help organizations execute on critical goals.  We will compare and contrast these approaches and identify which approach might be best for your organization. 

Event Description
Learning Objectives

1. Increase the understanding of the "metric" trap organizations in the social sector fall into all too often. 



2. Explore and compare several different approaches organizations can use to engage with data more meaningfully. Specifically




  • The Four Disciplines of Execution (4DX)

  • Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

  • Emergent Learning (EL)



3. Identify links between these frameworks for performance management and common nonprofit monitoring & evaluation practices.



4. Reflect on how attendees might leverage knowledge of these approaches in their own organizations.

Audience

Nonprofit, government, and philanthropic executives, and managers across all teams



Level of Difficulty




Intermediate


3 - 5 years of experience in the field


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Presenters

Paul Collier, Paul Collier Consulting



Paul Collier is the founder of Paul Collier Consulting, a firm that helps innovative social sector leaders leverage data to understand their impact and make a difference in their clients' lives. 



Paul brings his clients 8 years of experience working in data system design and implementation, data product creation, and evaluation capacity building. His clients include organizations in Colorado, California, and the Washington D.C. areas. Before establishing his own firm Paul served as the Data & Evaluation Manager at the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center, one of San Francisco's oldest family serving nonprofits. 





Qualifies for Excellence in Nonprofit Principles and Practices. Completion of a post-training evaluation is required for this training to count toward recognition. 





 





Need to cancel? Please use the link in your confirmation email or email Amber Coté no fewer than 3 business days prior to the training. Members, please review our Cancellation Policy for more information. 

Event Custom Fields
Training/Event Topic Leadership, Strategic Planning

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