Right now, organizations and individuals feel overwhelm, confusion, sadness and fear navigating programs, initiatives, and projects. Especially those looking to implement new projects, programs, or initiatives.
If that's something you feel, you're not alone.
And while many resources cover specific aspects of very specific initiatives, rarely do resources pan out to talk through the bigger picture of starting programs. This creates the tendency to look for and put in place template programs, using template actions, or taking a template approach. But you're not working with template communities. Templates are great for ideas, they may not be responsive to your communities or needs.
So how can you ideate, test, and implement new programs or initiatives in a way that is centered an embedded in the community? How do you make sure the culture, value, vision, passions, and interests of an organization or individual show up in the program?
The answer all comes down to process. You've got to create a process for yourself that doesn't require a ton of time or more money.
In this guide you'll learn:
This is part one of a series. The next guide will touch more on specifics around COVID and navigating limitations so stay tuned.
And always, please feel free to reach out with questions.