About this event

Strategic thinking is required at many levels, with strategies being set for whole organisations, for departments, and for programmes. Most often, a new strategy marks ‘a beginning’—such as new leadership, the launch of a programme, or entering the next strategic period. The external environment and an organisations’ resources at that point in time, inform and influence its strategy.

But as the Covid-19 crisis goes to show as the environment charities and funders are operating in is changing at a faster pace than ever, and we continue to learn more from data, how can charities and funders make sure their strategy continues to be relevant the face of such change? Developing an agile strategy is key.

This event will:

  • Outline methods for developing more adaptive strategies for programmes and organisations.
  • Share how others in the sector have made their strategy more adaptive.
  • Explore what lessons on setting an adaptive strategy can be learnt from the digital sector.

The event is for everyone who has responsibility for setting a strategy whether that be at programme, department or organisational level.

Speakers include, Charlotte lamb, Principal for Strategy at NPC and Stephen Hale, Chief Executive at Refugee Action.

This event is part of our 2020 Leading Impact series of seminars.

NPC is pleased to offer bursary places at each of the seminars in our Leading Impact series. These are available to representatives of charities with an annual turnover of under £500,000, who have not previously attended an NPC event. There are four bursary spaces per event, available on a first come, first served basis. To apply for our bursary places, please let us know your organisation’s charity number and how your organisation would benefit from attending this seminar by emailing


Leading Impact seminar series

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