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Old September 15th 09, 04:03 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
V1
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Our soaring club, the Soaring Club of Houston (Texas), has grown
considerably over the last several years. As a result, weíre starting
a strategic planning process to help guide our future growth.

If other clubs have any planning information they could share, Iíd
appreciate copies. Iím interested in information on the planning
process used, the resulting planning documents, the ongoing process to
keep the plan active, and any lessons learned. (I've also contacted
the SSA to find out what they may have.)

You can email me via my email address from my r.a.s. profile, or if
you donít have access to that, then you can reach me via my
hotmail.com email account which is fe4me.

Thanks,
- Frank
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Old September 15th 09, 01:42 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
lrbj
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On Sep 15, 5:03*am, V1 wrote:
Our soaring club, the Soaring Club of Houston (Texas), has grown
considerably over the last several years. As a result, weíre starting
a strategic planning process to help guide our future growth.

If other clubs have any planning information they could share, Iíd
appreciate copies. Iím interested in information on the planning
process used, the resulting planning documents, the ongoing process to
keep the plan active, and any lessons learned. (I've also contacted
the SSA to find out what they may have.)

You can email me via my email address from my r.a.s. profile, or if
you donít have access to that, then you can reach me via my
hotmail.com email account which is fe4me.

Thanks,
- Frank


If you can, check out the article in Sailplane and Gliding, December
2007 called
"Developing club strategy"
"Robbie Robertson of Talgarth shares what he told the BGA Chairmenís
Conference about how to make sure your club is on track for a
successful future"

http://www.gliding.co.uk/sailplanean...s/decjan07.htm

/Lars
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Old September 15th 09, 10:10 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Bob
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Default Soaring Club Strategic Plans?

Frank,

Just sent you a copy of the Strategic Planning Guide for Glider Clubs,
which I originally developed for the SSA Clubs and Chapters Committee.
You might find it a valuable template for how to go about the planning
process.

Bob Lacovara
Philadelphia Glider Council




On Sep 14, 11:03*pm, V1 wrote:
Our soaring club, the Soaring Club of Houston (Texas), has grown
considerably over the last several years. As a result, weíre starting
a strategic planning process to help guide our future growth.

If other clubs have any planning information they could share, Iíd
appreciate copies. Iím interested in information on the planning
process used, the resulting planning documents, the ongoing process to
keep the plan active, and any lessons learned. (I've also contacted
the SSA to find out what they may have.)

You can email me via my email address from my r.a.s. profile, or if
you donít have access to that, then you can reach me via my
hotmail.com email account which is fe4me.

Thanks,
- Frank


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Old September 16th 09, 12:59 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Frank Whiteley
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Default Soaring Club Strategic Plans?

On Sep 15, 3:10*pm, Bob wrote:
Frank,

Just sent you a copy of the Strategic Planning Guide for Glider Clubs,
which I originally developed for the SSA Clubs and Chapters Committee.
You might find it a valuable template for how to go about the planning
process.

Bob Lacovara
Philadelphia Glider Council

Bob's guide is also available here
http://www.soaringchapters.org/conve...lubs%20-v5.pdf
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Old September 19th 09, 04:52 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
HoUdino
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Default Soaring Club Strategic Plans?

On Sep 15, 4:59*pm, Frank Whiteley wrote:
On Sep 15, 3:10*pm, Bob wrote: Frank,

Just sent you a copy of the Strategic Planning Guide for Glider Clubs,
which I originally developed for the SSA Clubs and Chapters Committee.
You might find it a valuable template for how to go about the planning
process.


Bob Lacovara
Philadelphia Glider Council


Bob's guide is also available herehttp://www.soaringchapters.org/conventions/2005/Strategic%20Planning%...


Great presentation!!! Every club should take a look at this link.

LT
 




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