Implementing New Organizational Initiatives That Work

Implementing New Organizational Initiatives That Work 

With corporate social responsibility (CSR) at the forefront of today’s organizational missions, many leaders are tackling new initiatives—like donating goods, local economy-boosting efforts, etc. The Harvard Business Review found that most of these programs are uncoordinated and unsuccessful in delivering on their promises. This presentation provides a research-based approach to implementing a new social initiative through repeatable procedural steps and visual models. 


- Attendees will learn the need to incorporate all voices in the design and conduct a needs assessment. 

- Attendees will learn how to bridge the divide between the target audience of the program and the theory of change. 

- Attendees will learn how to critique a logic model by calling out failure points in the program design.

- Attendees will learn the importance of ongoing feedback mechanisms and assigning tasks to specific team members as the design is created.

- Attendees will learn how to incorporate the method of OUTSMART goals into a logic model template.



Presentation is best delivered as a 1.5- 2 hour presentation



Designed for anyone creating a new program proposal or design – deliverable virtually or in person. NON-PROFITS IN PARTICULAR WILL BENEFIT! 



Dr. Sadie Gray


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