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  1. Kwanzaa Gallery Growth Strategy Strategic Plan for Short-Term Business Growth

  2. Order of BriefingThe Kwanzaa Weekly Staff Meeting I. Order of Briefing II. Sequence and Areas of Briefing (A) Personnel Status (B) Project(s) Status (C) Training Status (D) Current Actions of Group Interest (E) Current Problems Areas (F) Planned Actions (G) Requested Support (H) Information Dissemination

  3. Order of BriefingThe Kwanzaa Weekly Staff Meeting III. Managerial Time (1) Priority Guidance (2) Suspense Requirements (3) Group/Team/Staff Highlights (4) General Information (5) Read File Actions

  4. Key PersonnelBackground & Roles • President/CEO • Director, Training and Education • Director, Research and Development • Director, Business Development Programs • Director, Personnel and Administration • Director, Finance

  5. Frank M. JohnsonFounder/CEO/Exec. Dir. • U.S. Army (Ret) • Grad Kansas State Univ. • Paine College • Voorhees College • Leadership Augusta Class 99’

  6. The Kwanzaa Gallery African American Community Centerand Regional Occupation ProgramHeritage/Orita Rite of Passage School General Manager Assistant Manager Administrative Specialist Director of Design Manufacturing Director of Finance Director of Training Director of Customer Relations Director of Marketing Information Manager Legal Affairs Officer Director of Community Relations

  7. Products • Exportable CD Training Program • The Knights of Christ Training Course • The African American Rite of Passage Course • The African American Contemporary Leadership Course • Race Relations and Awareness Course • Human Relations Development Course

  8. Products (cont’d) • Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination Course • Interpersonal Communications Course • Professional Development Course • Assertion Training Course • New Creation Development Course • The Power of Achievement Course

  9. Services • Organizational Consultation • Counseling Services • Intra Community Economics Program • Financial Empowerment Program • Regional Occupation Program • Web-site Administration • Diversity Training and Consultation

  10. General Concept of Training Analyze Provide Conduct Performance Select Train to Test Meet Critical Training Standards Tasks Materials Key Evaluate Initial Evaluate Effectiveness Action of Training Response

  11. AFRICAN AMERICANCULTURAL CENTER Comp Center Heritage Academy Rite of Passage Training Auto Repair Training Shopping Center Business Center Library Appliance Repair Training Cultural Community Center NPOs NPOs Credit Union Home Repair Training

  12. REGIONAL OCCUPATION PROGRAM CENTER Counseling Welding Machine Technology Carpentry Room Electricity & Drafting Rooms Construction Technology Classroom Main Office Restrooms Health Service Center Classroom Human Services / Personal Care Computer Electronics Automotive Environmental Controls Storage

  13. PEAT Chart Purpose Expectation Agenda Time

  14. NEAT Chart Need Expectation Agenda Time

  15. The Leadership Model Command Control Communicate Intelligence

  16. The Power Diamond Power Resources Culture Law

  17. Norms Model Values NORMS Attitudes Perceptions Morals

  18. PIES Spiritual Emotional Intellectual Physical

  19. The L.I.D.M.A.C. Chart Loyalty Integrity Character LIDMAC Discretion Assertiveness Morality

  20. The High PerformerThe Kwanzaa Achievement Model Managing Time Risk Taking Holistic Fitness Self-Image/Confidence Networks Visualization Mental Rehearsal Belief Work Style What so ever a man can conceive, and believe...he can also achieve.

  21. High Performing SystemThe Kwanzaa Achievement Model People Purpose Innovation Feedback Systems Goals Leadership Creative Processes Communications Flexibility Teamwork

  22. Goals and ObjectivesThe Kwanzaa Achievement Model (1) Perfect High Achievement Possibilities (2) Develop Pride and Professionalism in Activities (3) Establish Excellence as Our Standard (4) Recognize Outstandanding Performance (5) Effect organizational improvements (6) Optimize the employment of personnel/equipment (7) Modernize systems wherever possible (8) Reinforce profitability and value of the company (9) Improve accountability and reliability to markets (10)Prevent fraud, abuse and waste

  23. My Working Prioritiesfor the rest of my life 1. Interesting 2. Good Wages/Salary 3. Promotion Potential 4. Personal Growth Potential 5. Appreciated 6. Good Working Conditions 7. Belongingness 8. Empathetic Management Team 9. Management Loyalty 10. Tactful Discipline 11. Job Security

  24. Positions Desired • Training and Sales Consultant • Organizational Effectiveness • Training Management • Job Analyst/Quality Control • Manpower Planning and Development • Human Resource Development • Educational/Training Coordinator • Communications Specialist

  25. Wholistic Fitness LIFE Father Spirit Son Soul Holy Ghost Body

  26. The Psychology of WinningQualities of a Winner SELF-AWARENESS SELF-ESTEEM SELF-CONTROL SELF-MOTIVATION SELF-EXPECTANCY SELF-IMAGE SELF-DIRECTION SELF-DISCIPLINE SELF-DIMENSION SELF-PROJECTION Dr. Dennis Waitley

  27. Peak Performance Commitment to a Goal Goals that are Measurable and Achievable Self Management through Self-Mastery Clear Thinking Self Control Teambuilding Role Playing Delegating and Participating in Management Flexibility - Course Correction as Required Managing Change Technological Adoptability and Integration

  28. THINK AND GROW RICHThe Power of the Master's Mind DESIRE FAITH AUTO-SUGGESTION SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE IMAGINATION ORGANIZED PLANNING DECISION PERSISTANCE THE SIXTH SENSE ENTHUSIASM THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND THE BRAIN The Keys to Success Entrepreneurship

  29. High Performing SystemThe Kwanzaa Achievement Model People Purpose Innovation Feedback Systems Goals Leadership Creative Processes Communications Flexibility Teamwork

  30. REGIONAL OCCUPATION PROGRAM CENTER Counseling Weldind Machine Technology Carpentry Room Electricity & Drafting Rooms Construction Technology Classroom Main Office Restrooms Health Service Center Classroom Human Services / Personal Care Computer Electronics Automotive Environmental Controls Storage

  31. Vision Statement • Initiate strategy to integrate innovation to achieve growth objective. • Design a progressive developmental training program to facilitate achievement of growth objectives. • Advance implementation plan to orient and develop the management team to maintain growth objectives.

  32. Goal and Objective • $20 Million Growth Strategy. • Refine Current Human Resource Development in Strategic Growth. • Tailor Strategic Growth to complement achievements to-date.

  33. Today’s Situation • Re-evaluate current situation. • Review Job Task Analysis (JTAs) to validate applicability to strategic growth. • Apply Programmed Change Model to identify growth pinch points. • Identify and Reengineer Applicable Tasks, Conditions and Standards

  34. How Do We Get There? • Institute Controlled-Change Model. • Maintain Programmed Process Control Change Plan. • Target Training Development toward new developing corporate environment. • Implement monitoring system for identification/resolution of restraining forces.

  35. Available Options • Refine current initiatives, minimize restrictive factors. • Advantage: Less disruptive • Disadvantage: Less Innovation • Cost Projections: • Evaluation Phase: < $50K Minus HR costs • Implementation Phase: < $100K Minus HR costs • Assessment Phase: < $50K Minus HR costs • Minimize growth projections

  36. Recommendation • Recommend Integrate Programmed Change Model Strategy: Including JTAs, Organizational Assessment, Training and Monitoring Program • Adopt Strategic Plan for Strategic Growth • Use Corrective Method for Adjustments • Exercise Situational Leadership/Leaders

  37. Business Plan The Kwanzaa Gallery, Inc. Frank M. Johnson, Sr. May 11, 2002

  38. Agenda • Company Introduction and Background • Company Differentiators • Products/Services Details • Market Conditions • Financials • Summary

  39. Company Introduction and Background • Vision Statement • Key employees, their background and role(s) • Company history and key milestones • List of company products/services

  40. Vision Statement To conduct activities to prepare adolescents and teens for passage to responsible adulthood through systemically planned Rite of Passage education and training throughout each growth year of their youth

  41. Goals and Objectives • To build conducive systems, facilities, and programs to secure parental and community involvement. • To prepare teens with knowledge for successful and responsible citizenship. • To institute a community-driven Regional Occupation program.

  42. Goals and Objectives • To conduct programs to orient youth about cultural diversity, maintenance of individual culture and appreciation of others. • To conduct programs to emphasize the importance of ethnic, cultural history and lessons learned by ancestors. • To introduce youth to the spiritual and religious beliefs of their family, their ancestors and understanding differences which exist in the society.

  43. Augusta African AmericanCultural Center Comp Center Heritage Academy Rite of Passage Training Auto Repair Training Shopping Center Business Center Library Appliance Repair Training Cultural Community Center NPOs NPOs Credit Union Home Repair Training

  44. Director, Business Development and ProgramsOpen Position Coordinates NPOs and Business Center Manages The Fashion Gallery Manages The Music Gallery Managers The Wine Gallery Manages The Jazz Gallery Manages The Cultural Center Manages The Kwanzaa Care Center

  45. Cultural Community Center • Credit Union • Bookstore/Library • Conference Center • Computer Center • Business Center • Auto Repair Center • Home Repair Center • Rite of Passage Training Center

  46. Regional Occupation Program Center Counseling Welding Machine Technology Carpentry Room Electricity & Drafting Rooms Construction Technology Classroom Main Office Restrooms Health Service Center Classroom Human Services / Personal Care Computer Electronics Automotive Environmental Controls Storage

  47. Non-Profit Organization Center • Credit Collection Agency • Child Support/Alimony Collection Agent • Collection of Criminal Violation Fines • NAACP • Business League • Afro-Am/Minority Chamber of Commerce • Cultural Development Organiztions • Community Service Organizations

  48. Director, Education/TrainingOpen Position • Directs operations of the Multi-cultural Rite of Passage Programs • Directs operations of the Regional Occupation Program • Manages training programming and scheduling • Manages Business Consultation and Education Initiatives

  49. Director, Research/DevelopmentOpen Position • Maintains information library/bookstore in support of active programs/activities. • Locates and acquires applicable literature, current events and references. • Conducts Historical Research applicable to all activities • Develops lessons learned summaries.

  50. Director, Personnel and AdministrationOpen Position • Manages Public Affairs and Relations • Manages Recruiting and Employment Referrals • Manages Personnel Administration • Manages Facilities and Logistics • Equip, Inventory, Maintenance and Use • Material Safety • Buildings and Grounds • Supply and Acquisitions