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17 days ago

Registered Nurse - Urology

IHA Ann Arbor, MI +3 locations

Provides professional nursing care for patients following established standards and practices; demonstrates professional clinical leadership and… Getit.me

17 days ago

RN - Call Center Triage Nurse

IHA Ann Arbor, MI +3 locations

Promptly answers incoming patient telephone calls or makes outbound calls and responds to IHA patient health-related questions over the telephone… Getit.me

17 days ago

Clinical Educator

IHA Canton, MI +3 locations

The Clinical Educator will assess, develop, implement and evaluate the clinical education needs for the divisions and specialties within IHA. The… Getit.me

23 days ago

Nurse Care Manager (Moderate Care)

IHA Ann Arbor, MI +2 locations

Collaborates with members of the health care team to empower patients to manage their chronic conditions; Assists patients, who are at risk for… Getit.me

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    High-profile international NGO/industry association struggling with rapid growth

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)

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    Travel, very often to exotic locales. Fascinating work programme across thematic areas which span some of the most pivotal global issues. Ample working and networking opportunities with senior executives from government, business, academia, civil society and media who engage the organisation through corporate membership or as stakeholders.


    'Groundhog day' tactical management culture. Secrecy and lack of trust of officers. Centralised, closed 'Encyclopaedia Britanica' vs. network, open 'Wikipedia' mentality. Conservativism - missing significant opportunities by not being proactive, 'first mover'. Lack of whole of office coordination - right hand oten doesn't know what the left hand is doing. Knowledge management issues. Personalised politics - lack of professionalism and strategic thinking. Little opportunity for structured professional development or career advancement within the organisation.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Go back to basics - get strategic - develop organisational mission to be completed by values, goals and actions. Lead rather than 'manage'. Rationalise membership - harness the significant, untapped non-financial resources of members. Formalise partnerships with key stakeholders. Trust the skills/experience of officers and provide them with a more structured office administration, and structured professional development and career advancement opportunities. Hire more admin staff and outsource or drop non-core work.