Unveiling Opportunities for Improvements and Growth
As collaborative organizations grow and evolve, it may be wise to consider conducting a third-party review of the overall operations and governance. Embarking on such a review allows leadership to streamline processes, and adjust programs that benefit the organizations’ mission and membership.
Warning signs that often signal a review is needed:
- Changes in Membership
- Sudden Success or Failure
- Poor Participation
- Account / IT Issues
- New IP Export Control Issues
- Staffing Issues
Utilizing our best practice knowledge base built upon 30 years of alliance and
association management experience, the Inventures team will conduct an
organizational assessment with a two-phased approach to governance and
Phase 1 Assess & Recommend
A thorough review of various aspects of the organization helps determine any
perceived problem areas.
- Governance & Strategy
- Committee / Group Operations
- Finance / Audit
- Certification / Compliance
- IT / Tooling
- Membership Recruitment
- Staffing / Contractors
Phase 2 Adjust & Evaluate
The outcomes of Phase 1 provides leadership with essential data to discuss challenges
and leverage Inventures’ best practices and experience to:
- Plan Adjustment Projects
- Execute and Track Adjustment Projects
- Evaluate Adjustment Outcomes
Conducting a governance and operations review can reveal opportunities for improvement and
can set an organization on a path of enhanced productivity and growth benefiting all members.
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