About this event

The drastic change in our user’s needs and our operating context during the coronavirus pandemic has shown how important it is for charities to be able to adapt and stay relevant in the face of change.

Strategic thinking is required at many levels, with strategies being set for whole organisations, for departments, and for programmes. The external environment, the needs of those a charity hopes to serve, and an organisations’ resources at that point in time, inform and influence its strategy.

How can charities and funders make sure their strategy continues to be relevant in the face of such change? Developing an adaptive strategy is key.

This event will:

  • Outline methods for developing more adaptive strategies for programmes and organisations
  • Explore the trade-offs of an adaptive strategy
  • Share how others in the sector have made their strategy more adaptive

The event will be chaired by Sally Bagwell, NPC’s Principal for Strategy and speakers include, Catherine Kevis, Chief Executive of YSS and Alice Cheatle, Head of Strategy and Planning at Anthony Nolan.  The event is for everyone who has responsibility for setting a strategy whether that be at programme, department or organisational level.

This event is part of our 2021 Leading Impact series of seminars.

A limited number of bursary places are available for small charities, ethnic minority charities of all sizes and ethnic minority representatives from charities of all sizes. Bursary spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. To apply for our bursary places, please email events@thinkNPC.org

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