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Effective Planning and Managment - Social Enterprise

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This is a process to making social enterprise more effective and result oriented. This case study is based on the models enlightened by Dr.M.B.Athray and used for the better explanation of the models.

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Effective Planning and Managment - Social Enterprise

  1. 1. Effective Planning and Management- Social Enterprise Special Thanks to Dr. M.B.Athray, for the learning and guidance. By: Arun Sharma B.Com, Economics (Honours), Panjab University, Chandigarh Master in Finance and Financial Institutions, University of Glasgow, Scotland
  2. 2. C O N T E N T S 1. How to have a Effective Management? 2. How to Become Effective? 3. What is Leadership? 4. What Competences? 5. Effective Action Plan? 6. Case Study on SARTHAK Educational Trust, Delhi Based N.G.O. 2
  3. 3. 1. How to have a Effective Management ? 3 • Clear about the GOAL. • Realistic ROAD MAP to achieve the Goal. • Invest in Human Resource. • The REFLECTIVE PERSONALITY. • ADOPT the Changing environment.
  4. 4. 2. How to Become Effective? 4 Plan (1) Implement (2) Control (3) Learn (4)
  5. 5. 3. What is Leadership • Share Vision with Team • Sustain Enthusiasm. • Provide Total Support. • Guide & Mentor. • Give Credit & Take Blame. • Regular Check and Update. 5
  6. 6. 4. What Competences? 6 KASH • K = Knowledge Of Organization – Stakeholders – Environment – Partners – Staff, etc. • A = Attitudes Positive. Innovative, etc. • S = Skills Planning. Communication. Change, etc. • H = Habits Organized. Systematic. Disciplined. Reading.
  7. 7. 7 5. Effective Action Plan • Critical Self-Assessment. • Revisit and Raise Goals. • Implement the PICL Process. • Be a Leader-Manager. • Keep Learning on KASH. • Self - Value Addition
  8. 8. Case Study Sarthak Educational Trust, Non Government Organisation New Delhi, India 8
  9. 9. Sarthak Educational Trust • Started in 2008, By Dr. Jitender Aggarwal • Mission: To Empower Persons with Disability, enabling them to live their life with dignity and respect." & Vision: To establish SARTHAK ADARSH Kendra's (Skill Building & Early Intervention Centres) across the Nation • Values: S.H.A.R.E • S: Social Justice: We provide differently able individuals equal access to resources. H: Honesty and Hard work: We work with great fervour and enthusiasm. A: Affection & Trust: We believe in the basic human values rooted in trust building and love. R: Respect for Human Rights: We strive for maintaining respect for human rights. E: Excellence: We give our best. • Health, Education Skill Building & Employment. • Catering Disability - Orthopaedics, Hearing Impaired and Visually Impaired. • 9 Centres, Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Ludhiana, Luckhnow, Mumbai, Pune and Hyderabad • Total Trained 3050 and placed 6100
  10. 10. » Pillars of SARTHAK Mobilization Data Base Training Employment
  11. 11. Mobilization & Data Base:- “Stay Hungary andArt of Giving ”
  12. 12. Verticals S.No Name Contribution 1 Social Welfare Department 20% 2 Employment Exchange 20% 3 Medical CampsHospitals 41% 4 Colleges 1% 5 Schools 2% 6 NGO’s 4% 7 Transport facilities 0 8 Rehabilitation Center 0 9 Special Hostel Facilities 0 10 Community Visit 2% 11 Advocacy 10%
  13. 13. Best Practices Phase - I Social Welfare • Awareness Camp • PWD Identification • Anganwari Employment Exchange •PWD Registration  Hospitality • Medical Certificate. Networking • NGOs •Special School •Colleges •Social Workers  Media Advertisement • Nukkar Nattak •Cable TV •Pamphlets Phase - II
  14. 14. Pictorial Section
  15. 15. TRAINING IS MIX OF SCIENCE AND ARTS. SCIENCE – TAUGHT IN THE CLASSROOM ART – IS APPLICATION IN THE REAL WORLD. Changing Energy into Synergy
  16. 16. Phase - I Morning Prayer Fundo Friday Weekly TestRevision Mindful Activity
  17. 17. Phase - Ii (Events) Motivational Session Guest Lecture Exposure Visits Parents Workshop
  18. 18. Phase - Iii (Activities) Thoughts of the Day. News of the Day. National & International Days. Introduction of Candidates.
  19. 19. Pictorial Section
  20. 20. “Realistic and Retention”
  21. 21. Best Practices Pre Employment Categorizing Employers into ITES/BPO, Retail, Hospitality, and Manufacturing. Liaoning with Industry Heads(DIC, CII ,ASSOCHAM , Local business Associations ) Researching and supporting employment throw OLX, Just Dial, Local classified news papers. Regular follow up with employers Quarterly follow-up with the candidates. Sensitization & Hand holding with cooperates Post Employment
  22. 22. S.No Trade -Specific (Current Contribution %) 2015 Future ( Growth in Numbers) 1 ITES/BPO 43 % 20 2 Retail 9.85 % 20 3 Hospitality 12.02 % 20 4 Manufacturing 16.75 % 20 5 Banking 0 10 6 Other 18.59 % 10
  23. 23. Exposure Visit organised Pictorial Section
  24. 24. THANK YOU

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