Social media has graduated into the lives of adults and professionals. Skype is not just for webcamming teenagers, but also for business people on conference calls. Google Wave took the best parts of social media like Facebook, and combined them into a massive collaborative workspace. CEOs and … [Read more...] about Social Media Deserves More of Your Attention
We had the opportunity to attend an interesting session on strategic planning at the Sport Leadership Conference in Vancouver earlier this month, involving presentations by Richard Way, Carolyn Trono of Rowing Canada Aviron and Peter Montopoli of the Canadian Soccer Association. Strategic planning … [Read more...] about Strategic Planning – Let’s Try Something New!
The adage “failing to plan means planning to fail” applies to risk management in sport. Many sport organizations have learned the hard way that they might have benefited enormously from having planned ahead to deal with a sudden incident, emergency, scandal or crisis. The current buzz about the … [Read more...] about Is Your Organization Ready for a Crisis?
The Charitable and Non-profit sector in Canada has experienced unprecedented changes in the 1990's. As senior levels of government spend less and transfer more responsibilities downwards to municipalities and community agencies, Canadian charities and non-profit organizations have been left with … [Read more...] about Policy Planning and Dispute Management in the Non-Profit Sector