Maximizing Success: Project and Project Identification, Development and Planning will help community organizations increase success in their projects through better preparation, application and delivery. The importance of project identification, proposal development and project planning has become even more essential as community organizations are faced with the challenge of individuals moving away from volunteering, leaving new volunteers or staff to complete projects with little or no support.
This seminarteaches the key steps in proposal and project development. Participants will learn an end-to-end process from idea to business case development to communication to review and updating.
This seminar will help participants define the audience and provide guidelines for matching the proposal and project to the audience. Participants will learn the elements of an effective business case for a proposal and project as well as a detailed guide for preparing the document. Success drivers and impediments will be discussed as well as methods for assessing the strategy and alternatives of proposals and projects. The seminar teaches budgeting and stakeholder mapping and management techniques. It explains how to successfully communicate the proposal and project to achieve support. It also teaches techniques for continuous monitoring and updating to ensure returns remain sufficiently positive.
Non-commercial/not-for-profit organizations such as local development associations, municipalities and their agencies, business or technology institutes, industry/sector associations, economic development associations, local co-operatives, universities, and educational institutions.
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