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Developing A Results Framework A Strategic Planning Tool
Agenda • Purpose of Results Framework • Define Components of Results Framework – Mission, Vision, Goals/Desired Results, Inputs, Outcomes/Deliverables • Steps For Implementation
You've got to think about big things while you're doing small things, so that all the small things go in the right direction. ~Alvin Toffler
Mission Statements • What you do • Typically- A one-sentence statement describing the reason an organization or program exists and used to help guide decisions about priorities, actions, and responsibilities • Should Be: Clear, Memorable, Concise • Average length for top 100 non-profits: 15. 3 words (excluding the brand reference) • Shortest 2 words • Longest 235 words (http: //topnonprofits. com/examples/nonprofit-mission-statements/)
Mission Statement Examples • TED: Spreading Ideas. (2 words) • Smithsonian: The increase and diffusion of knowledge. (6 words) • USO lifts the spirits of America’s troops and their families. (9 words) • Livestrong: To inspire and empower people affected by cancer. (8) • Invisible Children: To bring a permanent end to LRA atrocities. (8) • The Humane Society: Celebrating Animals, Confronting Cruelty. (4) • Wounded Warrior Project: To honor and empower wounded warriors. (6)
Mission Statement Examples • • • Mayo Clinic: To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice, education and research. (24) Susan G Komen for the Cure is fighting every minute of every day to finish what we started and achieve our vision of a world without breast cancer. (24) Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people. (20) Doctors without Borders works in nearly 70 countries providing medical aid to those most in need regardless of their race, religion, or political affiliation. (21) NPR: To work in partnership with member stations to create a more informed public – one challenged and invigorated by a deeper understanding and appreciation of events, ideas and cultures. (28) The Rotary Foundation: To enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. (24)
Vision Statements • Desired End-State • A one-sentence statement describing the clear and inspirational long-term desired change resulting from an organization or program’s work. • Should be inspirational, Clear, Concise, Memorable • Average length top 30 non profits 14. 56 words • Shortest 3 words • Longest 31 words http: //topnonprofits. com/examples/vision-statements/
Vision Statement Examples • • Feeding America: A hunger-free America (4 words) Human Rights Campaign: Equality for everyone (3) National Multiple Sclerosis Society: A World Free of MS (5) Alzheimer’s Association: Our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s (7) • Habitat for Humanity: A world where everyone has a decent place to live. (10) • Oceana seeks to make our oceans as rich, healthy and abundant as they once were. (14) • Make-A-Wish: Our vision is that people everywhere will share the power of a wish (13)
Vision Statement Examples • • VFW: Ensure that veterans are respected for their service, always receive their earned entitlements, and are recognized for the sacrifices they and their loved ones have made on behalf of this great country. (32) Special Olympics: To transform communities by inspiring people throughout the world to open their minds, accept and include people with intellectual disabilities and thereby anyone who is perceived as different. (28) Creative Commons: Our vision is nothing less than realizing the full potential of the Internet — universal access to research and education, full participation in culture — to drive a new era of development, growth, and productivity. (33) Amnesty International: Amnesty International’s vision is of a world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights instruments. (31)
Understand the Difference Mission Vision • Clear, Concise, Memorable • What you do • Teach for America is growing the movement of leaders who work to ensure that kids growing up in poverty get an excellent education. (20) • Inspirational, clear, concise, memorable • Desired End State • Teach for America: One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education. (16) • Feeding America: A hungerfree America (4 words) • Feeding America: To feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger. (22)
Results Framework • • Your mission is at the heart of your results framework It informs your specific desired results Think of Desired Results as a way of putting your mission into action When coming up with Desired Results you ask yourself “How? ” as it relates to your mission.
Results Framework • Each Desired result should then be assigned separate action steps/strategies • This is where the work begins • Strategies should be very specific and related to the desired result. The strategy is a function of the desired result
Results Framework • Think of this as working backward • After you’ve identified desired results and strategies, you then identify the inputs that will help you put into motion the strategy. • When you have specific inputs (you can assign specific people, events, resources, workshops, etc. ) it should lead to specific deliverables (outcomes/products)
Benefits of Results Framework • Creates synergy among team • Provides clear direction and task assignments • Prevents people from spending/wasting time on projects/activities that have no direct effect on the overall mission. • Fully understanding your mission (with a results focus) prevents from hiring leaders/staff who are not highly qualified to carry out the school mission and goals.
Development &Implementation • Leaders working in isolation may have a more difficult time getting the practitioners to buy-in • Recommend having some lead teachers and other support staff as part of planning. • Not necessary to rewrite mission, but going through this process may spark a need to refine the mission • Beneficial to include deadlines on results framework.
Next Steps Best practices for meetings, workshops, trainings, & presentations Often times a schools mission statement, strategies, and other operation methods are decided by leaders without the input of those who are expected to follow through with the services. Thus, school leaders are tasked with transferring this information to the school team in a way that results in buy-in and actions. This webinar will provide tools for engaging the entire school team. • Through this webinar participants will: – learn more about the differences between trainer, facilitator and presenter – learn about the differences between workshops, meetings, trainings, and presentations – Learn about 4 important aspects of Meetings, (clarity of information and topics, clarity of expectations for participants, clarity of goals and outcomes and the importance of reflection. ) – Gain a deeper understanding of the 4 C’s (Cooperation, Coordination, Communication, Collaboration)
Methods for Improving Program Quality • Once you have developed a cohesive team and many within your team are eager to learn from one another with the purpose of improving youth program quality, developing the type of environment that can foster useful exchanges can be difficult. In this webinar participants will: – learn more about the function, purpose and value of professional learning communities as a setting for professional development that translates into improved programs and services – receive methods for assessing and improving upon programs and services within professional learning community
Questions? Shaunette Parker Director of Mission and Strategic Coaching Shaunette. parker@sccharterschools. org