Pivot Point: Reshaping Your Organization When It Matters Most
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September 10, 2019
Michigan Society of Association Executives
Examples abound of once-dominant organizations that succumbed to competitors and start-ups because they failed to adjust their business model when such a shift amid rapid change could have made all the difference. During this session, Sheri Jacobs will share ideas based on real-world examples for creating an organization that is more responsive, nimble, and open to the dynamic nature of its operating environments. Drawing from research, interviews with association thought leaders who have successfully altered their organization’s business model, and observations garnered from working with hundreds of associations, Sheri distills a structure and key elements for pivoting that include:
- incorporating five essential characteristics
- creating the right culture to achieve future goals
- building a stronger value proposition to drive engagement and retention
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