The governance of sport can be complicated?
Do you find that with so many stakeholders and competing interests?
Is your Board made up of volunteers and it is a challenge for your Executives to break out of operations and have time to think strategically?
Are you looking to engage with your stakeholders in a genuine way?
The Helix Management Group is here to help…
– Project Management – Adoption of the Sport Integrity Australia National Integrity Framework
“Luke has been invaluable to us on this project. His attention to detail and communication / stakeholder engagement skills has made life easy for me and to ensure that Board’s timely adoption of the National Integrity Framework”
Jamie Parsons CEO.
– Organisational Strategic Plan, Stakeholder Engagement, and Operational Plan.
Formed in 1906, The Adelaide Uni Blacks are arguably the most successful Australian rules football club ever to have existed, with 105 premierships and a club culture that is envied by those who know them.
The Club’s ethos, Ludendum gratia amorist est (one must play for the love of the game) holds true even today as clubs around them have succumbed to the relaxation of the ‘Amateur’ status of the league. This football economy, which applies to the senior men’s grades across the country, is placing ongoing pressure on the ability of the club to recruit and retain players that can withstand the competitive pressure of the Adelaide Footy League’s top divisions.
With this in mind, the club engaged the Helix Group to undertake a Stakeholder Engagement exercise (Quantitative and Qualitative) so the Club Committee could understand and adapt to their needs.
The Helix Group has Developed a new Strategic Plan for the Adelaide Uni Blacks, using this engagement process to help the club prioritise what is important to them now and in the future.
The Strategic Plan is complimented by an Operational Plan, that includes key targets and milestones to be reviewed periodically.