Business Case: Richard Ivey School Of Business

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Such planning, she learned, included gathering data about LECS in three important areas: (1) organizational effectiveness and performance, (2) measuring strengths and weaknesses against peers (benchmarking), and (3) measuring performance against mission. So, DeNoia set the intern to work gathering the information to enable the strategic planning process to …show more content…
Strengths An Otago-wide organization located in Dunedin Otago Museum Trust Board Act 1996 Well-developed and proven infrastructure and business practices Committed, highly skilled team Community sense of ownership and pride Ability to “make a difference” in our community Committed management team focused on developing the organization and the people who are part of it Location between city centre and university Well-considered development plan Weaknesses Reliance on local authorities with small ratepayer bases for core funding Resources don’t match ambition Reliance on revenue generation and fundraising Depreciation largely unfunded Flat organizational structure limits perception of development opportunities Visitor parking is limited Opportunities Revenue-generation ideas Harbour development Settlers Museum redevelopment Offsite exhibition ideas Outreach bus National and international market for exhibits and exhibitions Threats Local community spending behaviour Limited number of quality exhibitions on touring circuit Skilled/experienced labour shortage in museum

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