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STRATEGIES OF NON-

PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Presented by:
Name: Omaid Ansari
G.R#: PGDN 0235
Dated: May, 8th 2010.

Submitted to:
Dr. Abu-Zar Wajidi
WHAT IS STRATEGY?

 Strategies are mean to end. The end


concerns the purpose and objectives of the
organization. Strategy is ceasing the future,
laying claim to use best potential. Strategy is
much about the will power, vision, believes,
as it is about the analyzing. Strategy is
concerned with identity, capability, operation
and control and how it will get resources for
its need.
STRATEGY’S MAJOR PARTS:

 Mission Statement
 Vision Statement

UNDOCUMENTED FORMS OF
STRATEGIES
Perception
Ambition
Dream
Pre-conception
Inspiration
Believes & Values
Attitude & Behavior
Knowledge, Experience & Skills
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT:
 It is a process by which organization formulate, implement,
monitors and control their strategies.
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION:
INTRODUCTION
 Identify the nature of organization by name as “Non-
profit” means the organization is not for making
profit at any level.
 The non-profit organization relies on the donations
collected from the donors, by which they helps the
people without any charges.
 Non-profit organization has been in the business of
providing social services like medical care,
emergency services, air ambulances, burial services,
mental habitats, old homes, child welfare services,
abused women safe houses and training facilities for
the disadvantaged.
Contd…
 Non Profit organization provides a platform to
those wanting to support and help the under-
privileged members of our society. The goal is to
demonstrate through words and actions, the
extraordinary power and importance of simple
human kindness.
The Society believe that by inspiring people to
bring more kindness into the world through our
words and actions, we can profoundly affect the
way we treat each other, remind one another that
Allah has entrusted us with the responsibility of
the well being of all members of our society.
SOME OF THE NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS IN KARACHI ARE:
 Edhi Welfare Center
 Fatimid Foundation

 Ansar Burney Trust

 Organization for Social Development


Initiatives (OSDI)
 Siylani Welfare Trust

 Takaful Welfare Association

 Zindagi Trust

 Chippa Welfare Association


STRATEGIES OF NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATION:
STRATEGIES OF NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATION:
 VISION:
“To promote sustainable development through
poverty alleviation by providing the necessary
resources and empowering the poor
communities of Pakistan.”

 MISSION:
“We endeavor to improve the living conditions of
the poor and help people fight the inter-
generational cycle of poverty by empowering the
poor communities through increased economic
activities and community development projects.”
STRATEGIES OF NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATION:

 As it is a non-profitable activity so the


organizations have to motivate the donors for
donations and support and resulting in social
mobilization of the communities and create
social cohesion, so that people can take the
responsibility of helping mankind and break
free from the poverty trap.

 Non-profits missions which are to make


difference in the world.
STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT
PROCESS:

 Mission Clarification:

What is the “difference” the organization intends to make


and “for what persons, places, and/or things?” One way
to think about a mission is that it is a stated intention “to
make a difference for a person, place, or thing”.

The difference between the current reality and the ideal


is the organization’s “mission gap” – the gap the
organization is committed to closing.
STEPS FOR DEVELOPING
STRATEGIES:
 Creating a Vision: “If you could have it any way
you wanted it, what would your organization be like –
in every way?”
 Establish Five-Year Strategic Stretch Goals:
With the vision and mission gap in mind, the
organization sets at least three five-year, outcome-
based “stretch goals”. Specific, Measurable, Almost
possible, Relevant, and Timely.
 Organization Assessment: The organization
assesses its current situation. This could include a
traditional SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses,
Opportunities, Threats) and environmental analysis.

Contd…
STEPS FOR DEVELOPING
STRATEGIES:
 Strategy Development: Its a creative act, not an
analytic act.
 The strategy story then needs to include ideas about
how the organization will conduct operations in three
key areas: Revenue generation, staffing, and mission
impact

HOW?
 Utilize to accelerate your positive cycle of success.
 Organization conduct its staffing operations.
 Organization generate gross and net revenue.
 Organization make a “difference” in the “people,
places, or things” that are the focus of its mission.
STRATEGY EXAMPLE:

 Youth Services Organization Strategy:


“Use reserves to hire highly qualified and
talented CEO to generate revenue for
expansion of highly regarded program
services. Maintain competitive salaries for
top-notch program staff. Stabilize budget
and repay reserves as revenues increase.
Expand services further with additional
revenue. Quality of services and staff remain
high throughout expansion.”
STRATEGY EXAMPLE:

 Educational Association Strategy:


“Hire staff and mobilize volunteers to create
endowment and significantly increase annual
fund. Cut services and staffing to balance
budget for the first time in fifteen years.
Increase fees for service and add services
back as fees, annual fund dollars, and
endowment investment income is available.
Continue to increase level and quality of
services as revenue is available—as well as
upgrade staff quality.”
STRATEGY EXAMPLE:

 Social Services Agency Strategy:


“Maintain staff level of good people who work
here because they care for the mission—
even though we can’t pay much. Provide as
many services and programs as possible that
make a difference, with funding from fees,
United Way, and government subsidies.
Maintain balanced budget. Limited staff will
do the best they can with an overload of
cases until things get better.”
SUMMARY
 The importance of nonprofit organizations to the
quality of life on our planet continues to grow.
Knowing this, we are compelled to continue to
explore new, different, and better ways to increase
nonprofit effectiveness. The ideas presented in this
paper are new, but based on solid concepts and
practical experience. The new strategy model
presented needs to be utilized in more real world
settings with case studies completed to test and
improve the model. The model needs to be used and
changed and improved and tested over time.
THE END
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR KIND
ATTENTION

HAMDARD INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT &


SCIENCES