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Not-for-profit organisations face many challenges when it comes to ensuring best use of resource, results optimisation and future sustainability. This means that, more than ever before, charities, enterprises and other not-for-profits need a clear and effective organisational strategy. We believe that strategy should always be based upon sound research and analysis and should ensure that your organisation achieves its full potential.
Action Planning has a proven track record of delivering bespoke, effective organisational strategy, for many organisations. Whether you are trying to better understand your position in the market place, working to achieve greater impact or aiming to make your organisation more outcome-focused, our expert staff will guide you through a tailor-made planning process.
GET THE BEST OUT OF YOUR ORGANISATION USING OUR TAILORED APPROACH TO STRATEGY
Our unrivalled experience in the not-for-profit sector allows us to provide very specialist support. This means that you get a strategy that’s just right for your needs. Our collaborative approach is tailored to your organisation’s needs, culture and practices and ensures that all key stakeholders are involved.
It was a challenge to deal with the many differing cultural perspectives around how our organisation should be led and developed into the future. Our Action Planning consultants helped us to build consensus, communicate the need for change and avoid countless pitfalls. I have no hesitation in recommending Action Planning.
– Fisita, Ian Dickie, Chief Executive