If you ask for a list of organizations implementing development programs, effective or not at that, I suspect that you will get something like: INGO, native Civil Society Organization (CSO) in my context the East Africa Civil Society Organization (EACSO),… Read More ›
Effective organizations can be compared to a modern vehicle – it has many parts, some moving and others static. Yet, all parts have been put together in a system, to deliver a certain: amount of horse-power, comfort, specific niche like ‘4×4′ off road, town runner, or heavy goods carrier. Every part of a vehicles’ system has a role it plays in making the vehicle meet its niche-standard.
Effective strategy, and note the word EFFECTIVE, is the art of defining the vehicle, the value the vehicle brings to the buyer, and assembling all its moving and static parts, to meet the demand of the buyer.
Strategy is a fascinating art, whose success depends on how EFFECTIVENESS is delivered in organizations
My blog last week asked whether the East Africa Civil Society Organisation (EACSO) is a recycled INGO – the blog raised interesting comments both on and offline. https://gabazira.com/2015/01/21/local-cso-recycled-ingo/ Given all that has been said and written on the subject, it… Read More ›
Luuka district is found in the Eastern Uganda Busoga sub-region, located approximately 33 KM by road, north-west of Iganga the nearest largest town and approximately 44 KM by road, north of Jinja the largest city in the sub-region. Luuka has… Read More ›
In December 2014, i blogged about a meeting organised by a leading INGO https://gabazira.com/2014/12/18/pitfalls-to-civ-society-partnership-wake-up-ingo/, at which variants of an ‘effective national civil society organisation’ and how it can best organise were discussed. Looking back at some of the civil society events… Read More ›