What does organisational change look like in practice?

Webinar recording, part of the Organisational Resilience Festival, hosted by FFI and WCS. This event was made possible through support by Arcadia –a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.
What does organisational change look like in practice?
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Presenters:

Thiri Dae We Aung from Biodiversity And Nature Conservation Association (BANCA); Janete Agues, Raquel Amador & Rocio Moreno from Maio Biodiversity Foundation; and Nancy Ogonje from The East African Wildlife Society

Session Outline & Highlights: 

  • In this webinar, conservation leaders discuss how their organisations change

  • Change requires collaboration - practices need to align with the organisation's mission/goals. The webinar participants discuss possible outcomes when these don’t align. 

  • The value of communication

  • Organisational model may evolve to meet new needs

  • How situations can impact finances (eg Covid) at a global, local, and organisational scale

  • Risk Management Processes (identify risk, assess risk, control risk, review controls)

  • Adjust to situations (managing and reducing crisis situations) - financial stabilisation, staff motivation, keep running, resilience & recovery (adaptation)

  • Discussion of formalising and growing an organisation (includes problems faced & how to address)

  • Change driven by transparency, determination, & support 

  • The benefits of empowering local communities 

This webinar is part of the Organisational Resilience Festival, hosted by FFI and WCS.  This webinar was made possible through funding by Arcadia –a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.

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Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
5 months ago

Thanks for sharing this valuable recording Chloe, Laura and Martha with our WildHub community. Much appreciated! 

Also a big thank you to our WildHub Community Advocate @Lara Reden for providing the useful outline and highlights of the recording. 

This recording may also be of benefit to you and your respective organisations @Grace Alawa , @Eberechi Cecilia Osuagwu, Wildhub Advocate , @Ruth Jepkemoi and @Collins Busuru , and @Muthoni Njuguna and @Elizabeth Githendu , @Stella Diamant , and @Lea Kaplani 

Go to the profile of Grace Alawa
5 months ago

Sure, thank you. Would definitely listen to it. Cheers 

Go to the profile of Adam Barlow
5 months ago

this is great - thanks a lot for sharing. we are working on developing something to support org development so very helpful

Go to the profile of Léa Kaplani
5 months ago

Thanks Chloe - a really great webinar!