Organizational effectiveness/Learning center/Strategic communications
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This is a page about a strategy included in the organizational effectiveness learning center.
Use this page as part of the organizational effectiveness tool.
Strategic communications and reportingEdit
A summary of this topic area is coming soon!
Please take another look at the section in your organization’s Organizational Effectiveness Questionnaire Report about strategic communications and reporting (Question X in your report). This section includes a chart that may indicate specific places where you have high scores (4 or 5) or low scores (1, 2 or 3). Below, we’ve listed a few questions you may want to think about before taking a closer look at these strategies and resources.
- Is this strategy a strength or a challenge for you? What are you good at, and what are you less good at?
- Does everyone in your group agree on your scores for this strategy? Is there variance (differences between your scores) or consensus (everyone has about the same score)?
- Are any of these scores unexpected? Does it seem like they accurately reflect your organization’s capacity in this area? Are there key strengths or challenges that the Questionnaire or your scores do not capture?
- Within this strategy, are there particular strengths or challenges that your scores reveal?
- How important is this strategy to your organization’s ability to achieve impact? Is it a key strategy for your organization, or an optional strategy?
- Is this an area where your organization is interested in prioritizing capacity building?
Recommendations for strategic communicationsEdit
If your organization wants to get better at strategic communications and reporting, here are some concrete recommendations that may help your organization build capacity in this area. Some of these recommendations may be more or less applicable depending on your organization’s strengths and gaps in this area, and your organization's context. We realize many organizations are already using strategies like these.
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Wikimedia organizations with expertise in strategic communicationsEdit
If your organization has expertise in strategic communications and reporting, please list yourself here and briefly describe your expertise that others wanting to build capacity in this area can contact you:
- Wikimedia UK has a range of experience as regards working with volunteers and welcomes contributions from Wikimedians further afield to our discussions
Here are some learning patterns related to this strategy. Create your own learning pattern here, if you have learning to share in this area.
Ongoing challenges in the area of strategic communications and reportingEdit
If your organization would like to share an ongoing challenge in this area, that is or is not addressed in these recommendations, please write it down here as a starting point. We can try to build resources in this area or help different Wikimedia Organizations connect to address the challenge together.
Please add useful resources you know about, whether created by the Wikimedia movement or in another context.
Create a capacity building plan for strategic communications and reportingEdit
If your organization has decided to prioritize capacity building to improve your ability to strategic communications and reporting, please create a table like the one below. The steps in this table can be part of your organization’s master capacity building plan, as suggested in the User Guide.
If you would like to share your capacity building plan publicly on Meta, you can use this button to create your capacity building plan.