STRATEGIC PLAN 2009 – 2012 DISTRICT 4450

STRATEGIC PLAN 2009 – 2012 DISTRICT 4450

(Governor Agreements)

I. VISION

To be a District recognized as a leader nationally and internationally, with plans, programs and projects that transcend in the community, that projects an excellent public image internally and externally, with a management based on principles and high values ​​of ethics, with its own infrastructure, Systems and processes that allow the continuity and integration of the different levels of District management, oriented with a philosophy of quality and excellence in service to the community.
II. MISSION

Promote quality service to others, with an emphasis on the most needy sectors of the community, strengthening the capacity of the clubs that integrate the District, with management based on principles, leadership and high standards of ethics, with infrastructure, systems and processes That allow to incorporate and integrate the leaders of the business and professional community to reach the excellence in the service.

III. Priorities for the formulation of the District 4450 Strategic Plan 2009 – 2012
1. To promote and strengthen programs, projects and service activities that have importance in the community.
2. Positioning Rotary effectively in our District and in the community, strengthening its public image of service vocation and prestige.
3. Meet the goals set by RI for Polio Plus
4. Increase the District’s ability to serve the community through clubs.
5. Develop our membership at the district level in quality and quantity of partners.
6. Have adequate infrastructure to optimize District management
7. Fully implement the strategic planning process to ensure continuity of management in the Government and in each Club.

IV. STRATEGIES AND MANAGEMENT ACTIONS

PRIORITY N ° 1 To promote and strengthen programs, projects and service activities that have importance in the community.

Promote that all clubs formulate and implement community service projects and activities.
Call a competition between clubs to achieve a District flagship project.
In order to guide the clubs, have a bank of different sources of funding (sponsors) for community service projects
Elaborate a guide of Design and Formulation of Projects of service to the community
Training program in formulation and project management, promoting the formulation of new and better projects
Have a library of projects that can serve as models for new initiatives
Support club activities to raise funds to fund qualified projects.
Recognition of clubs in a timely manner for the approval and execution of projects.
PRIORITY # 2 Positioning Rotary effectively in our District and in the community, strengthening its public image of service vocation and prestige.
Optimize District information and communication systems with clubs and community.
Have a permanent web page of the District
To promote the values ​​of the District towards the clubs, devoting to each value one month, in all means of information and communication
Optimize the dissemination mechanisms of the SATO award, to the media.
Invite community leaders to open club projects
Make strategic alliances with government agencies, private sector or non-profit organizations, formalizing sustainable commitments.
To project the good public image of Rotary through the proper maintenance and improvement of our monoliths
Promote the use of piggy banks, with publicity of the programs and projects that the District provides as a community service
Have a database of Rotarians, family and friends specialists in journalism and communication sciences.
Promote and comply with the norms in the RI Visual Identity Manual “547-EN- (1107)”.
PRIORITY N ° 3 Comply with the goals set by RI for Polio Plus
To convene embassies of polio-endemic countries to develop pro-fund activities for the RI Polio Plus Program.
Draft the RI Board, so that District clubs comply with the financial commitments made with the Polio Plus Program
PRIORITY # 4 Increase the District’s ability to serve the community through clubs.
Promote training through the use of successful national and international club management models.
Promote training in the use of the Internet
Make agreements with language teaching institutions to facilitate English language learning for Rotarians.
Invite senior personalities of RI to give keynote speeches
Invite high-level personalities from the national and international community to give lectures