Survival strategies for the 21st century
This document considers the issues of how our Scout Associations can become more effective and efficient in supporting the delivery of Scouting in the 21st Century. In particular, the document considers six organisational behaviours that we are encouraging all Associations to consider as ways of improving their performance.
Most of our National Scout Organisations (NSOs) have structures and systems which have been in place for many years. Most of them were introduced when society was different, when the NSO was itself was different or perhaps bigger, and when the resources available to communicate with Members were very limited. Many existing structures are based on a hierarchical model with responsibilities duplicated at different levels.
For organisations to be effective, they need to continue to change and have structures and processes in place to support that change. We in Scouting are no different.
This Euro.Scout.Doc presents six key organisational behaviours that we wish to encourage in Scouting – behaviours inspired by the LO approach that will improve our organisations, and several examples about how they have already been used in Scouting.
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Type de Publication : Matériel de formation
Format de Publication : Documents imprimés
Publique visé : Adultes, Leaders
Tranche d'âge : Adultes
Rubrique : Organisation Apprenante
CopyrightAuteur : Organisational Development Core Group, WOSM - European Region
Copyright : World Scout Bureau - European Regional Office
Titre Anglais : Better Organisations
Informations de PublicationEditeur : World Scout Bureau - European Regional Office
Lieu de Publication : Geneva, Switzerland
Autres InformationsSérie : Euro.Scout.Doc
Langue d'origine : English
Traduction disponible : French
Nombre de pages : 6