Organisational development, strategic planning and change management
Our work in these areas covers a wide range of examples:
- INTRAC staff were commissioned to complete a review to identify worldwide trends that would impact on a religious umbrella organisation and its member churches. As it looked ahead to a new strategic planning process, the organisation wanted to make sure it understood the political, economic, social, technical and legal, environmental context, as well as the contemporary religious and cultural context of its members. The research carried out by the INTRAC team with member churches located in 21 different countries around the globe contributed to the process.
INTRAC staff have been assisting the senior management and board of an African humanitarian organisation to review its future strategies. They reviewed management structure, vision, strategies and possible funding and programmatic approaches for the future – as the organisation looks to expand its range of humanitarian programmes.
- INTRAC assisted a Dutch NGO in thinking through its strategy for working with civil society in post conflict areas. This involved discussions, provision of background papers and ideas, and facilitation at two regional workshops.
- INTRAC is currently helping an international NGO that works to alleviate child poverty, in the development of a strategy for working with civil society. This involves a background paper outlining current thinking and possible alternatives, a study to examine good practice in a selected group of countries, reports outlining possible strategies and a final workshop where the new strategy will be decided.
- INTRAC has been providing ongoing team building support to the international mobilization team of a large campaigning organisation, through a series of one-day workshops.