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  1. <Sanipaan Marine Park> Island Garden City of Samal, Davao City 20 January 2011 MPA Organizational Development Workshop

  2. Pag-ampo (Prayer) National anthem Welcome remarks Pagpaila-ila (ngalan, posisyon) (Introductions) Pagpahalunasamgagidahum (kaugalingon, facilitator, workshop (Expectations check) Programasa workshop (Workshop program) Welcome and Introductions

  3. Mahibaw-an angmgakakusogugmgaaspetongkinahanglantrabahoonsapagdumalasa MPA (Identify strengths and areas needing work in the management of the MPA). Mahibawa-an angmgahinungdanniini(identify factors that could explain these) Maghimougtahasparasa TWG (Formulate Mission statements for the TWG) Imugnaangpapelugresponsibilidadsa TWG (Define the roles and responsibilities of the TWG) Makahimoug action plan (Formulate an action plan for the TWG) Tumongsa Workshop (Objectives)

  4. Cell phones on silent mode Usalang ka istoryasaplenaryo (One conversation at a time during plenary) Usa ka idea, usa ka card (one idea, one card) I-respetoangtananngaideya. Makasoltiangtanan (respect all ideas, every participant has an equal voice. Everyone can speak up and share an idea). I-park angmgalisudngaisyu (Place in parking lot knotty issues) Ibalikangmgagamit (Return supplies after using) Sugodsaoras, mahumansaoras (Start on time, finish on time). BalaudsaBalay (House Rules)

  5. Plano parasaumaabot (planning for Improved organizational performance) Formulating a Vision and Mission statement Clarifying functions Action planning Workshop flow • Pag-analisasadagansaorganisasyson(analyzing past • organizational performance) • Kontekstosa Rare Pride Campaign • Minutes of TWG first meeting and organizational assessment • Factors explaining organizational strengths and areas needing work

  6. Workshop flow

  7. RARE Campaign project cycle Kininga workshop

  8. Pag-analisasadagansaorganisasyon Tumong: • Mahibaw-an angkakusogugaspetongkinahanglantrabahoon. Proseso: • Introduction (2 minutes) • Presentasyonsa TWG (10 mins) • Presentasyonsapag-analisasadagansaorganisasyon (10 mins) • Small group Discussion (10 minutes) • Plenaryo (20 minutes) Session 1 [900 to 1000]

  9. Presentor: History sa MPA Minutes of Last TWG meeting Vision and mission statement of IGACOS CLUP ELA of IGACOS Plans of Province of Davao del Norte Plans of NGOs/academe in the area TWG presentation

  10. Pag-analisasa Dagan saOrganisasyon

  11. Buotipasabot (Definitions) Organization = is a group of people intentionally organizedto accomplish an overall, common goal or set of goals Kapunungan – gruposamgatawo, ngagi-organisaparamakahimosaginusahanggustongkab-oton. Pag-analisasadagansaorganisasyon

  12. Buotipasabot (Definitions) Agi/Dagan saorganisasyon (organizational performance) = pagsukod kung nakab-otangtumong (measures the degree to which an organization has achieved its goals (effectiveness) nanagagamitugtamangrecorsos (by using an acceptable outlay of resources)(efficiency) talisaiyangmalungtarongkatakus (in relation to its long-term viability (relevance). Pag-analisasadagansaorganisasyon

  13. Definitions Performance indicators = quantifiable measurements, agreed beforehand, that reflect the critical success factors of an organization. They will differ depending on the organization Pag-analisasadagansaorganisasyon

  14. Organizational performance

  15. Organizational performance

  16. Definitions Governance = the processes by which leaders are selected and how organizational policies are formulated and reviewed. Pangagamhanan = angmgaproseso kung diinangmganamunoginapili, ugangpagmugnasamgapolisiyaugpag-review niini. Pag-analisasadagansaorganisasyon

  17. Para asaangpag-analisasadagansaorganisasyon • Mahibaw-an angmgakakusong (Identify strengths) • Mapa-ayoangdagansaorganisasyonsaumaabot (Learning to improve management) Pag-analisaugdagansaorganisasyon

  18. Small group discussion

  19. Identify strengths and areas needing work in the operation of the group managing the MPA (Mahibaw-an angkakusogugaspektongkinahanglantrabahoon.) End of Session 1

  20. Factors explaining organizational performance Session objective: • Mahibaw-an angmgahinungsansakakusogugmgaaspetonakinahanglaantrabahoon (To identify the internal and external factors that could explain past operation of group managing the MPA) Process: • Introduction (2 mins) • Small group discussion (30 mins) • Presentation and plenary discussion (20 mins) Session 2 [1000 to 1100]

  21. TeoryasaPagbag-o

  22. Modelosapagbag-o • Outcomes • Pagbag-o (Changes in): • Batasan (Behavior) • (individuals) • Naandanhimoon (Practices) • (organizations) • Impact • Pagbag-o (Changes in): • Pagnbag-o sakinabuhi (People lives) • Kahimsugsakinaiyahan (Health of the environment) • Outputs • Pagbag-o • (Changes in): • Kahibalo • (Knowledge) • Kahanas (Skills) • Kinaiya (Attitude) • Inputs • Tawo (People) • Recorsos • (resources ) Kayahimoon (Can do) Kananghimoongyud (Will do)

  23. Divide participants randomly into 4 groups (see groupings in next slide). Ask each group to select a discussion leader and reporter. Ask the groups to refer to the strengths (met) and areas needing work identified in session 1. Ask each group to answer the workshop question for their group (see next slide for questions) Ask group reporter to share discussion results in plenary. Summarize content of reports and inform participants that these will feed into the action planning in session 5. Session 2: workshop instructions

  24. Workshop 2

  25. Workshop template

  26. Plenary template for Session 2

  27. Mahibaw-an angmga internal ugeksternalngahinungdansamgakakusogugaspetongkinahanglaantrabahoon (Identify the internal and external factors that could explain past operation of group managing the MPA) End of Session 2

  28. Formulating the VMG Session objective: • Maghimougtahasparasa TWG (To formulate a mission statement for the TWG) Process: • Introduction (5 mins) • Presentation on VMG (15 minutes) • Small group discussion on mission statement (15 mins) • Drafting of mission statement • Plenary presentation of mission statement (25 minutes) Session 3 [1100 to 130] w/ lunch break

  29. Introduction to VMG

  30. Angpanglantawngawalay action ay isa ka damgo. Anglihokngawalaypanglantaw ay usa ka bangungot. A vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare. [Japanese proverb]. Having a well-defined vision changes nothing if it is not lived and constantly communicated by the leaders and members of an organization. VMG

  31. Vision = a vision is a short, succinct and inspiringstatement of what the organization intends to become or achieve at some point in the future. Its primary audience are the clients of the organization. Question: Where do we see the organization going in the future? Asa man tapaduong? Eg. To enable people and businesses throughout the world to realize their potential (Microsoft) ….a community with healthy forests, clean water, clean air, abundant wildlife, wilderness, and working in harmony with the needs of all Americans and for the generations yet to come (American Forest Congress). VMG

  32. A highly livable city nurtured by faith-inspired people. (City of Tagbilaran) Angsyudadnahataasangkalidadsapamuyongagimatutosamgatawo’ngdinasigsapagtoo. A prime eco-cultural tourism hub where God-loving people enjoy comfortable lives and shared responsibilities in an environmentally sustainable city that is progressive and equitable, propelled by responsive governance. (Tagbilaran City CRM vision) Vision

  33. Mission = is a concise statement of the reason for being of an organization. It describes what the organization does. Its primary audience are the members of the organization. Question: Why does our organization exist? Unsa may ginahimosaatongkapunungan? Eg. To produce outstanding financial returns by providing totally reliable, competitively superior, global, air-ground transportation of high-priority goods and documents that require rapid, time-certain delivery (Fedex) To improve, enhance and protect natural resources specifically forests in [place] region. [American Forest Congress} VMG

  34. To promote Tagbilaran City as an eco-tourism site that showcases a sustainable coastal ecosystem through education and empowerment of the coastal communities and all stakeholders in the implementation of the CRM plan through socio-economic enhancement that balances environmental concerns with development. (Tagbilaran City CRM mission statement) Mission statement

  35. Mosuportasa Management Committee sapinaagipaghimougpolisiya, pagpandayugplanosa MPA, pakiglambigitsamga NGO’s ug NGA’s alangsadugangpundoaronmapasabotangtanangkatawhansabenepisyosa MPA, makatukodug bag-ong MPA, mapasikadangmgakalihokansaplanosa MPA saHambonganaronmuasensoangkahimtangsakatawhantungodkaymanumbaliknaangkaabundasaisdaugnaamumahannaangkinaiyahaan. Mission statement – HambonganTwg

  36. Goals = specific objectives that relate to specific time periods. Eg. To reduce illegal fishing activities by 80% of its 2000 levels in five years [CERD, Hinatuan Program]. VMG

  37. No hard and fast rule, but some ideas: Mission statement creation First identify your organization’s “winning idea” (or core competence). This is the idea that will make your organization stand out and the reason why people in the community clients will come to you and not other organizations. Eg. Conservation education, enforcement of MPA laws Identify the key measures of your success. Eg. Reduction in fishing pressure, etc. Combine winning idea and success measures. Refine mission statement. Mission formulation

  38. Ginahimo, asakitamaayo (Winning idea (core competence)) = law enforcement Timailhannganakab-otangtumong (Success measures) = 80% reduction in illegal fishing activities + educated community on importance of conservation Mission statement The primary organization in [municipality] that promotes conservation of coastal resources through education and law enforcement that aims to reduce illegal fishing activities by at least 80%. Mission formulation

  39. Vision statement creation Ask group to uncover the human value in their mission statement. Eg. conservation, sustainable livelihoods, active citizen participation Ask group to identify what you and your community value most about how your organization will achieve the mission. Combine mission and values. Refine the vision statement to make it inspiring to members and clients. VMG

  40. Values: conservation, active citizen participation Mission statement = conservation through law enforcement and education Vision statement We envision a community of active citizens engaged in sustainable livelihoods and conservation of coastal resources. VMG

  41. Define the group (ie a TWG that aims to establish a strong MC and will perform support functions afterwards) Divide participants into 2 groups. Ask each group to select discussion leader and reporter. Ask first group to discuss “winning idea” (core competencies) of the TWG Ask second group to discuss success indicators. Discuss results in plenary and come up with a draft mission statement. Mission statement workshop guide

  42. Workshop 3

  43. Formulate a mission statement for the TWG End of session 3

  44. Pagklarosapapelugresponsibilidadsa TWG (Defining functions of the TWG) Session objective: • Maklaroangpapelugresponsibilidadsa TWG (To define the functions of the TWG). Process: • Introduction of basic management functions (15 mins) • Plenary discussion and agreements (45 mins) Session 4 [130 to 230]

  45. Five basic management functions

  46. Planning – ongoing process of developing the organization’s mission and objectives and how they will be accomplished Organizing – establishing the internal structure of the organization. Staffing – ensuring that all positions in the organization are filled with qualified people Directing - influencing people's behavior through motivation, communication, group dynamics, leadership and discipline Controlling -  four-step process of establishing performance standards based on the objectives, measuring and reporting actual performance, comparing the two, and taking corrective or preventive action as necessary Five basic management functions

  47. Policy formulation Crafting of MPA management plan, overseeing and review of its implementation Resource generation Networking Others TWG basic functions

  48. Plenary discussion - sesyon 4

  49. Maklaroangpapelugresponsibilidadsa TWG (Define the functions of the TWG) End of session 4

  50. Pagpandayugplano (Formulating an action plan) Session objective: • Makagamaug action plan, ma-analisaangrisgosamgakalihokan (To formulate an action plan for the TWG and perform a risk analysis on initiatives identified) Process: • Introduction (15 mins) • Plenary discussion (45 mins) Session 5 [230 to 430]