Understand what is required for a winning fundraising pitch

Go Strategy Group

Key strategies to keep on track with growth priorities during change and transformation

Go Strategy Group

Do you ever get the feeling you are just the passenger when it comes to managing time and that somebody else is driving? If so then this one day course is a definite must for you! How would it be if we put you back in the driver€™s seat €“ put you more in control of your time?
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This is a series of individual modules and workshops that can be selected to meet specific needs within an organisation.

Andy Hanselman

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This is a personalised package of strategic support, group workshops, and one-to-one support for top teams.

Andy Hanselman

2 day development programme to help employees to train staff in a structured, accessible and impactful way; help to problem solve logically and clearly; help manage time and plan ahead
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This is a series of individual modules and workshops that can be selected to meet specific needs within an organisation.

Andy Hanselman

The “Business Planning – dealing with the now, the future and beyond” programme is made up of 2 x 3 hours sessions. It’s really important in this moment to have clarity on where you are, where you need to be and what you need to do to get there. You don’t want to leave it to chance and the risk is, if you don’t think about it and have a plan, your competition will certainly will do. This programme will help you to complete a business audit; revise and develop an updated business plan; develop skills to manage your time effectively. The session include virtual discussions, polls and breakout rooms; psychometric and behavioural tests; online handouts, personal action plans to record what you are going to do different; online quiz to test how much you have learned; and further reading material who want to learn some more. £300 per participant (Minimum 5 participants).
There is often confusion around the jargon of data science; and common buzzwords such as ‘AI’, ‘ML’ and ‘cognitive computing’, may cause a lack of understanding and a propensity to create barriers from within the business. By transferring a deeper understanding of key terminology, business leaders will understand the value and potential that advanced analytics can bring. The aim of this presentation-style workshop is to inspire your business with the possibilities of becoming a data driven organisation, using relevant industry examples to help see through the hyperbole that often attaches to the analytics world.
With CDOs often citing low levels of data-driven maturity, the aim of this 1-day interactive workshop is to educate leaders about the possibilities of a data-driven organisation. The key aim is to unleash the value of your data as an asset and delegates will be provided with practical guidance on carrying out transformation. Using practical, real-world advice on data-driven approaches, the awareness of the possibilities of adding value through data and analytics will be aligned to your vision.
Organisations increasingly understand that future success will depend largely on their ability to use data and analytics to drive more informed decision making. As such, there is a clamour for organisations to become “data-driven”, resulting in a rise in the number of initiatives focused on proactive data strategy, creating analytic teams and transforming business culture. However, the data-driven world is shrouded in complex phraseology, where terms such as Machine Learning, Big Data, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence are touted as the silver bullets to transform organisations. Against this backdrop, it can be difficult for organisations to access clear, impartial advice from experts in the field. Datatrainer and Mango, in collaboration with their customers, have designed a workshop for organisations wanting to cut through the hype and understand pragmatic approaches to becoming data-driven. The Data Driven Mobilisation Workshop provides an overview of data-driven initiatives based on 18 years of experience in the field.
This 1/2 day workshop, formed as a guided discussion around possible use cases aims to enhance the knowledge and skills required to define a shortlist of potential use cases, together with questions to be answered and recommended next steps. Organisations increasingly understand that future success will depend largely on their ability to use data and analytics to drive more informed decision making. As such, there is a clamour for organisations to become “data-driven”, resulting in a rise in the number of initiatives focused on proactive data strategy, creating analytic teams and transforming business culture. When an organisation has started on their data driven journey, they may surface a number of possible use cases that may be solved with an analytic approach. However, it may be difficult to understand how to refine each use case, or whether in fact a solution is feasible. Mango, in collaboration with their customers, have designed the Data-Driven Prioritisation Workshop for organisations wanting to review and prioritise a set of data-driven use cases, to deliver a refined set of initiatives that can be delivered.
A common barrier to success is an inherent cultural hostility to analytics driven by a lack of understanding of its possibilities and potential business value. This workshop aims to help solve the problems around the disconnect from the business because of a lack of education around analytics and the disconnect due to a lack of common language across analytics and business functions. It also provides solutions for the lack of understanding around the type of challenges analytics can solve. It focuses on building a common language around data and analytics, identifying and communicating the analytic opportunity whilst enabling businesses to operate within a data-driven environment.