APR Plan 2012-2015
The leaders finally agreed and adopted this statement “By 2020, Scouting in the Asia Pacific Region is recognized as the preferred and leading educational youth movement offering relevant programme in all segments of society.” To achieve the Vision, they decided five strategic priorities for 2012-2015: Young People Adults Management Finance Scouting Profile Building on the Vision 2020 statement, the Regional Scout Committee made a key decision on April 2011 that membership growth is the primary goal of the strategic plan for 2012-2015 and that sub-committees will have to be actively involved in identifying key strategies for the next triennial. With the new approach to strategic planning introduced for the first time in this triennial, it may not be perfect as this stage, but it surely is a good move in the right direction.
APR Plan 2012-2015 1 Publication of World Organization of the Scout Movement Asia-Pacific Region February 2013 firstname.lastname@example.org scout.org/asia-pacific Reproduction is authorized to National Scout Organizations and Associations which are members of the World Organization of the Scout Movement. Credit for the source must be given. 2 APR Plan 2012-2015 Table of Contents Foreword 4 Mission 6 Vision 7 Focus Areas for 2012 - 2015 8 Young People 9 Adults 12 Management 15 Finance 18 Scouting Profile 20 APR Strategic Planning Framework 23 Committee Support Structure 26 Monitoring & Evaluation 27 Who will implement the plan 28 Acknowledgment 31 APR Plan 2012-2015 3 Foreword Vision 2020: The Birth of a New Plan Two and a half years was the time it took to develop the APR Plan for 2012–2015 using a systematic process involving a large number of key NSO leaders, regional volunteers and professional staff. The Regional Scout Committee took direct responsibility in building up the regional plan, starting at the APR Scout Leaders Summit in Bangalore in June 2010. The Summit comprised of key leaders from National Scout Organizations including the top volunteer, top executive, and International Commissioner. All sub-committee members, in their collective capacity as technical advisers to the Regional Scout Committee in various areas, were invited to take part in the strategic planning exercise. With the APR Vision 2013 coming to a close, the Summit envisaged the future of Scouting in the Asia-Pacific Region with the new “Vision 2020”. After a lengthy discussion on what Vision 2020 would be like, the leaders finally agreed and adopted this statement “By 2020, Scouting in the Asia Pacific Region is recognized as the preferred and leading educational youth movement offering relevant programme in all segments of society.” Furthermore, to achieve the Vision, they decided five strategic priorities for 2012-2015: Young People, Adults, Management, Finance, and Scouting Profile. They debated and eventually agreed on the focus areas for each priority. The Summit was just the beginning of the entire process. Building on the Vision 2020 statement, the Regional Scout Committee met on 16 April 2011 in Makati City and made a key decision that membership growth is the primary goal of the strategic plan for 2012-2015 and that sub-committees will have to be actively involved in identifying key strategies for the next triennium. On the initiative of RSC member Nicholas Tang and the support of regional consultant Kirsty Brown, they facilitated a half-day discussion among sub-committee chairmen. 4 APR Plan 2012-2015 Dr Chao Shou-Po Chairman, APR Scout Committee Before embarking on a new plan, the group brainstormed to clarify assumptions and to challenge traditional mental models or practices. A number of critical questions were thrown to stimulate the thinking process and questioned the primary role of sub-committees, and what support can best be provided considering the diversity of the region with NSOs at very different levels of development. With the RSC decision to involve all sub-committees, what followed was a joint strategic planning forum in Chonburi, Thailand in October 2011 with the enthusiastic participation of over 60 sub-committee members. They refined the statements and expanded the objectives and action steps. For maximum effectiveness, they checked for inconsistencies and duplications and to ensure that the work is coherent across all the sub-committees. The draft from Chonburi was ready for the final stage at the 24th APR Scout Conference in Dhaka. Through a breakout group activity, the Conference had a direct hand in the planning process as well as the final say. Key leaders from almost all NSOs in the region, including World Scout Committee Members, reviewed and critiqued the plan, and presented their amendments and recommendations at the conference plenary. The conference unanimously adopted the plan with the inclusion of the proposed amendments. The underlying goal is for NSOs to give their full cooperation and ownership for the implementation of the plan at national or local level and ultimately, to collectively meet the Vision 2020. With the new approach to strategic planning introduced for the first time in this triennium, it may not be perfect as this stage, but it surely is a good move in the right direction. Dr Chao Shou-Po Chairman, APR Scout Committee Abdullah Rasheed Regional Director Abdullah Rasheed Regional Director, World Organization of the Scout Movement Asia-Pacific Region APR Plan 2012-2015 5 Mission ! "#$$#%&!! Mission of Scouting The Mission of Scouting is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. This is achieved by: 6 APR Plan 2012-2015 â€˘ involving them throughout their formative years in a non-formal educational process. â€˘ using a specific method that makes each individual the principle agent in his or her development as self-reliant, supportive, responsible and committed person. â€˘ assisting them to establish a value system based upon spiritual, social and personal principles as expressed in the Scout Promise and Law. Vision "#$#%&! ! APR Vision 2020 By 2020, Scouting in the Asia-Pacific Region is recognized at the preferred and leading educational youth movement offering relevant programme in all segments of society. Strategic Priorities for 2012-2015 • Young People • Adults • Management • Finance • Scouting Profile APR Plan 2012-2015 7 Focus Areas for 2012 - 2015 "#$%&!'()*&!+#(!,-.,/,-.0! 12*&)3!#4!5%6678!*43!9:;!<)$#66)43*87#4&=! ! Young People • Quality Youth Programme - Educational objectives for all sections - Scout Method Implementation • Involvement of young people at: - Unit Level - Institutional Level - Community Level ! ! ! ! Adults • Quality of leadership - World Adults in Scouting Policy • Quality of training - National Training System • Award/Recognition System for Adults! Resources • Maximized/diversified income sources • Financial policy/ financial rules and procedures • Partnerships ! ! ! 8 APR Plan 2012-2015 ! ! ! ! ! ! NSO • Capacity Building - Membership Registration System - ICT • Sharing of expertise ! Scouting Profile • Marketing strategy • Communication system • Image building ! ! Management • Quality of Management - Constitutional Review - Organizational Review • National Strategic Planning • Risk Management/Safe from harm! Community • Community-based Scouting • Cultural understanding and international relations ! Statement !!!"#$%&!'(#)*(! Young People By 2015, Scouting is open to all and has spread to all segments of society with the following focus: • assist NSOs in the implementation of an innovative and relevant youth-oriented educational programme to attract young people and drive membership growth. • continue to involve young people in leadership roles and create opportunities to empower them to be leaders. • create more community-based groups in 60% of NSOs. • greater involvement of young people in creating better communities through environmental education, peace initiatives, cultural and international understanding through partnerships. Objectives and Action Steps OBJECTIVE 1 Develop an innovative relevant youth-oriented educational programme that contributes to acquiring life-skills relevant to the 21st Century. Timeline 2013 1Q 2Q 3Q 2014 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 2015 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 1.1 Establish an online regional forum to gather what young people find relevant as life-skills for the 21st Century. Action Step 1.2 Organize an APR Seminar on Life-Skills for the 21st Century, with focus on cyber Scouting. Action Step 1.3 Invest on an online application to ensure regional presence in cyber space. OBJECTIVE 2 Encourage NSOs to re-emphasize in their Youth Programme the implementation of the Scout Method with emphasis on youth involvement. 2013 1Q 2Q 3Q 2014 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 2015 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 2.1 NSOs, in collaboration with APR, support national programme committees, led APR Plan 2012-2015 9 Young People ! by a National Programme Commissioner, in conducting regular Youth Programme reviews in NSOs, with emphasis on the inclusion of the Scout Method. Action Step 2.2 Conduct an APR workshop on the application of the Scout Method by young people, with the collection of data/analysis of impact of Scout Method as an obligatory activity. Action Step 2.3 Conduct one APR workshop on value-based Scouting with emphasis on the values created by our founder, encapsulated in the Promise and Law. Action Step 2.4 Encourage NSOs to organize a national Youth Forum and their outcomes feeding directly into the senior-decision making processes of NSOs for action, and select potential participants to the APR Scout Youth Forum in 2015. OBJECTIVE 3 Support NSOs in expanding Scouting in communities. Action Step 3.1 APR to collaborate with, and support NSOs, in establishing more communitybased groups. This should increase to 60% of NSOs. Action Step 3.2 Conduct a planning and evaluation workshop among the CBS Coordinators. Action Step 3.3 Continue implementing the APR Ticket to Life Project and establish the project in one additional country. Action Step 3.4 Organize an APR workshop on Scouting for All with emphasis on reaching out to disadvantaged youth. 10 APR Plan 2012-2015 2013 1Q 2Q 3Q 2014 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 2015 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Young People ! OBJECTIVE 4 Promote greater involvement of young people in creating better communities through environmental education, peace initiatives, cultural and international understanding through partnerships. 2013 1Q 2Q 3Q 2014 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 2015 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 4.1 APR in collaboration with NSOs promote the involvement of young people in peace activities, community development project, and exchange programme between and among NSOs. Action Step 4.2 APR to create a simplified guideline on how to implement the Scouts of the World Award and the World Scout Environment Programme. Action Step 4.3 Encourage NSOs to translate the simplified guideline into their local languages. Action Step 4.4 Conduct one APR workshop on SWA Discovery. Action Step 4.5 Organize annual APR workshop on environmental education, including WSEP and share promising practices among NSOs. APR Plan 2012-2015 11 Adults ! Statement! By 2015, 50% of NSOs have adapted and integrated the World Adults in Scouting Policy into NSO Policies. This strategic priority focuses on the quality of all Adults in Scouting that should lead to: • • • the development of all Adults in Scouting the implementation of better Youth Programme the increase in the number of well-trained adults serving Scouting. Objectives and Action Steps OBJECTIVE 1 Collaborate with NSOs in relation to the World Adults In Scouting Policy by strengthening all areas of Adults in Scouting. Action Step 1.1 Encourage NSOs to integrate the AIS concept & model in leadership courses. Action Step 1.2 Emphasize the importance of ‘Personal Development’ in all regional and local adult training. Action Step 1.3 Encourage NSOs to review their existing Adults in Scouting procedure/system. Action Step 1.4 Conduct an APR Workshop on Adult Support to ensure NSOs have current policies to support the maintenance of AIS processes. Action Step 1.5 APR to provide tips/best practices on Adults in Scouting on an annual basis. Action Step 1.6 Continue to encourage NSOs to develop appropriate recruitment and retention strategies for adults. Action Step 1.7 Encourage NSOs to develop their Adult Award and Recognition scheme and should benefit from the experiences of other NSOs. Action Step 1.8 Disseminate tips/best practices on recruitment and retention. 12 APR Plan 2012-2015 Timeline 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Adults ! Objectives and Action Steps OBJECTIVE 2 Strengthen adult support in the implementation of better Youth Programme. 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q Timeline 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 2.1 Update adult leaders on current policies that contribute to the effective implementation of Youth Programme. Action Step 2.2 Encourage NSOs to conduct workshop in developing strategies, with youth members, to ensure that the Scout Method is implemented in the unit/troop level. Action Step 2.3 Conduct APR Seminar on Needs and Challenges of Young People, Young Adults, and Adults in Scouting, with the involvement of youth members. Action Step 2.4 Encourage NSOs to include appropriate succession planning for Commissioners for the effective implementation of Youth Programme APR Plan 2012-2015 13 Adults ! OBJECTIVE 3 Continue to support NSOs to increase the number of well-trained adults serving Scouting. Action Step 3.1 Encourage NSOs to review their training policy and practices, and support ongoing training and updating Scouting skills, including e-learning. Action Step 3.2 Continue to support NSOs in adult training activities/courses. Action Step 3.3 Assist NSOs in reviewing/revising their adult training system/scheme. Action Step 3.4 Coordinate with NSOs for the establishment of database of adults who have been trained within Scouting and through external providers. 14 APR Plan 2012-2015 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Management ! ! Statement By 2015, this strategic priority has facilitated the continuous growth in the quality of management by supporting NSOs in: • continuing the cycle of developing, implementing, monitoring and reviewing their National Strategic Plan • establishing and implementing an efficient membership registration policy and system • enhancing leadership qualities of management at national level • utilizing and sharing resources and knowledge across the region • monitoring the APR membership growth strategy • extending support in managing risks and providing young people an environment that is safe from harm. Objectives and Action Steps OBJECTIVE 1 Effective implementation of National Strategic Plan in NSOs Timeline 2013 1Q 2Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 2014 4Q 1Q 2Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 2015 4Q 1Q 2Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 1.1 Analyze the survey outcomes and develop strategies to support NSOs. Action Step 1.2 Support NSOs in implementing their National Strategic Plan. Action Step 1.3 NSOs to report on the evaluation and the implementation status of the National Strategic Plan OBJECTIVE 2 NSOs have established an efficient Membership Registration System 2013 3Q 2014 3Q 2015 3Q 4Q Action Step 2.1 Survey the current users of WOSM /NSO software. Action Step 2.2 Develop a guideline for NSO membership registration policy and system. Action Step 2.3 Support NSOs based on their needs. APR Plan 2012-2015 15 Management ! Objective 3 Enhance leadership competency in NSOs. Action Step 3.1 Prepare a guideline for NSOs to evaluate their management effectiveness / capability based on key performance indicators. Action Step 3.2 Support NSOs in adopting the APR concept paper “Services from the NSOs” and evaluate its effectiveness. Action Step 3.3 Conduct need-based workshops for NSO’s Senior Management professionals and volunteers. Action Step 3.4 Continue the APR Management Courses. ! ! Objective 4 Utilize expertise and share support materials Action Step 4.1 Continue to strengthen the “Panel of Specialists” in the region towards the concept of Global Support System Action Step 4.2 Disseminate an updated list of the resources available at WOSM/regional and national levels. Action Step 4.3 Provide consultancies required by NSOs in line with the Global Support System. 16 APR Plan 2012-2015 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Management ! Objective 5 Monitor the APR membership growth strategy Action Step 5.1 Review the annual census report from NSOs in comparison to the APR Growth Strategy. Action Step 5.2 Prepare a report on annual census review and submit to the Regional Scout Committee. ! Objectives and Action Steps Objective 6 Support NSOs in managing risks towards providing its members an environment that is Safe from Harm. Timeline 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 6.1 Continue to support NSOs in formulating/strengthening National Risk Management Policy and related rules, procedures and tools. Action Step 6.2 Conduct National Risk Management Workshops in collaboration with NSOs. ! APR Plan 2012-2015 17 Finance ! ! Statement "#$%$&'! This strategic priority encourages financial self-reliance in NSOs. By 2015, 60% of NSOs have: â€˘ â€˘ improved their financial management capability. strengthened their fund raising capabilities including partnerships. Objectives and Action Steps Objective 1 Support NSOs in capacity building through partnership and fundraising Action Step 1.1 Provide NSOs with a guideline including code of ethics in fundraising and partnerships. ! Action Step 1.2 Conduct a regional workshop each on partnerships and fundraising. Action Step 1.3 Support NSOs to increase at least two partnerships projects during the triennium. Action Step 1.4 Share the outcomes of the APR workshops over the last three years (2009-2012) including the fundraising workshop in Korea. Action Step 1.5 Encourage benchmarking and learning from advanced fundraising practices including in other regions, during regional workshops. Action Step 1.6 Recognizing that government funding for some NSOs is reducing in real and absolute terms, NSOs are encouraged to pursue other funding sources and to learn from experiences of other NSOs. 18 APR Plan 2012-2015 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q Timeline 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Finance ! Objective 2 Objectives and Action Steps Support NSOs in establishing efficient financial management system. 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q Timeline 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 2.1 Conduct a survey to gather information and review the existing financial management practices in NSOs. Action Step 2.2 Conduct a regional workshop on financial self-reliance. Reiterate to NSOs the importance of regularly conducting finance management training for all relevant adults. Action Step 2.3 Share best practices in financial management among NSOs and success stories (e.g. fundraising initiatives in particular NSOs) to assist youth program delivery. Action Step 2.4 Provide a guideline on financial rules and procedures for NSOs. ! APR Plan 2012-2015 19 Scouting Profile ! Statement By 2015, this strategic priority has supported all NSOs in: â€˘ enhancing the profile and image of Scouting. â€˘ developing marketing and communications strategy to strengthen relations with internal and external targets.! Objectives and Action Steps OBJECTIVE 1 Support NSOs to strengthen good media relations 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q Timeline 2014 2Q 3Q 2015 4Q 1Q 2Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 1.1 Encourage NSOs to prepare a media contact list and coordinate the issuance of press release for major events. Action Step 1.2 Encourage NSOs to include a media team as part of their contingent to large Scouting events. Action Step 1.3 Update NSOs on current innovative practices of using the media to reach out to communities. Objectives and Action Steps OBJECTIVE 2 Enhance the profile and image of Scouting. Action Step 2.1 APR in collaboration with NSOs publish stories of high profile personalities who are Scouts or former Scouts. Action Step 2.2 Promote the unique and prominent Scouting landmarks in the region. Action Step 2.3 APR in collaboration with NSOs publish successful partnership projects. 20 APR Plan 2012-2015 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q Timeline 2014 2Q 3Q 2015 3Q 4Q Scouting Profile ! OBJECTIVE 3 Revisit the needs of young members about uniform and badges through research. Action Step 3.1 Support NSOs in conducting marketing research on uniform and badges. Action Step 3.2 Encourage NSOs to engage young designers to design Scout uniforms and organize a Scout fashion gala. ! ! OBJECTIVE 4 Promote Scouting through website, social media and film. 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q Timeline 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q Action Step 4.1 Disseminate more attractive and informative tools for program and training in the WOSM website. Action Step 4.2 Organize a regional contest for creating a new Scout cartoon character. Action Step 4.3 Organize a regional contest for story telling using the new Scout cartoon character consistent with the values of Scouting. Action Step 4.4 Encourage NSOs the production of Scout related films. Action Step 4.5 Promote the regional project â€œScoutShareâ€? videos that depict Scouts in Action and continue the production. Action Step 4.6 Encourage the importance of clever use of the social media and and share success stories amongst NSOs. ! APR Plan 2012-2015 21 Scouting Profile ! OBJECTIVE 5 Strengthen the role of PR and Marketing functions in NSOs. Action Step 5.1 Prepare and disseminate the terms of reference of PR Committee and PR Commissioner, and provide a sample of marketing functions. Action Step 5.2 Conduct a regional workshop for Honorary Correspondents. OBJECTIVE 6 Support NSOs in considering rebranding and image management. Action Step 6.1 Organize a regional workshop on rebranding and image management. Action Step 6.2 Organize a regional workshop on communications and marketing, including crisis communications. Action Step 6.3 Develop a guideline for communications and marketing strategy for NSOs. ! 22 APR Plan 2012-2015 1Q 2013 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q Timeline 2014 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2015 2Q 3Q 4Q ! !"#$%&'(&)*+,$"-(..+.*$/'(0)12'3$ APR Strategic Planning Framework ! APR Strategic Planning Framework (By Nicholas Tang) APR Strategicfor Planning Framework 1. This framework the regionâ€™s strategic planning exercise has been approved by the Regional Scout Committee to facilitate the work of the (By Nicholas Tang) committees. The Regional Scout Committee also decided that the goal is membership growth of scouting in the Asia Pacific Region. As show diagram membership is not the outcome marketing, branding, publicity materials alone. Membership growth is the key 1. This below, framework for the regionâ€™s growth strategic planning exercise has beenof approved by the Regional Scoutor Committee to facilitate the work of the various subThe Regional Committee decided that the goal is membership growth of scouting in the Asia Pacific Region. As shown in the other committees. factors such as the Scout quality of thealso programme, the quality of leader training and effective management. diagram below, membership growth is not the outcome of marketing, branding, or publicity materials alone. Membership growth is the key result of other factors such as the quality of the programme, the quality of leader training and effective management. 2. The diagram below is a simplified systems diagram (or loops) presented during the APR planning process to ensure consistency and coheren The diagram below isthus a simplified systems diagram (oreffectiveness loops) presented during planning process ensure consistency coherence across all the 2.sub-committees, ensuring maximum of all the theAPR hardwork put into by members ofand these committees. the sub-committees, thus ensuring maximum effectiveness of all the hardwork put in by members of these committees. Figure 1 Figure 1 APR Plan 2012-2015 23 APR Strategic Planning Framework The Use of System Loops for Strategic Planning 1. The use of systems thinking helps us to recognize that when we change or do something it will have a positive or negative impact on another part of the organization. Everything is connected in one way or other. The figure above (Figure 1), which focuses on membership growth, shows how the various elements are connected. 2. However the diagram above is very complicated and can be reduced to a few other diagrams or what is called system loops. There can be other systems loops, depending on the focus of the organization. 3. In reading the system loops, it is necessary to understand the few symbols used in the diagrams. The letter “s” means that when you change on element, it will affect the other element connected to it in a similar way. The letter “o” means that the effect is in the opposite direction. For example in the diagram below an increase in the “Number of Volunteers” has an opposite impact on the “quality of volunteers”. On the other hand, an improvement in the “quality of training” will have a similar impact on the quality of volunteers”. Figure 2 Figure 3 $ 4. The other set of terms used is B and R. The letter B means that the loop is a Balancing Loop, i.e. nothing much will change in the organization because change in one element is cancelled by one or more opposing changes in the loop. The other letter used is R, which signifies a Reinforcing Loop, i.e. the organization will change in the desired direction when the changes are made because each element reinforces the other element. 5. How do we determine whether it is a balancing or reinforcing loop determines on the number of “s” or “o”. If there is an odd number of “o” (ie 1, 3 or 5) then it is a Balancing Loop. If there is an even number of “o” or no “o”, then it is a reinforcing loop. 24 APR Plan 2012-2015 APR Strategic Planning Framework 6 Whether it is a “s” or “o”, or a “B” or “R” depends on each person’s assumptions. For example, in the diagram above (Figure 2), some people believe that when “youth involvement” increases the “quality of programme” will decrease, i.e. an “o”. However some people believe that “youth involvement” has a positive impact on “quality of programme” and so it becomes an “R” loop. Figure 4 Figure 5 7. These differences should form the basis of the discussions during the strategic planning exercise because it surfaces underlying assumptions very often hidden during discussions. The change or alignment of assumptions within the organization is often more critical than the plans or activities included in the strategic plan. 8. To ensure that we achieve reinforcing (R) loops, and so improve the organization, it may be necessary to introduce new elements so that there is an even number of “o” within the loop. This process will help members think of what else needs to be done to improve the organization. 9. Finally what is not included in the set of diagrams is “time gaps”, i.e. some elements take a longer time to be implemented or to see the effects while others are more immediate. This is also an important consideration during the strategic planning exercise. For example it takes time to train the adult leaders, but it is faster to recruit scouts based on a strong marketing strategy. Recognising this time gap will ensure that the organization does not over-react when the desired outcomes are not seen immediately. This time gap also will help the organization develop a time-line or sequence of implementation of the strategic plans. 10. In conclusion, this set of loops is not definitive nor universally applicable. Much depends on the NSO, the society, the resources available, the mental models of the members and the values and beliefs of the NSO. APR Plan 2012-2015 25 Committee Support Structure Committee Support Structure REGIONAL SCOUT COMMITTEE Chairman Dr. Chao Shou-Po ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT GROUP Regional Scout Committee EDUCATIONAL METHODS GROUP Regional Scout Committee 1st Vice-Chairman Mr Shree Ram Lamichhane 2nd Vice-Chairman Ms Reiko Suzuki 26 YOUTH PROGRAMME SUB-COMMITTEE ADULT SUPPORT SUB-COMMITTEE MANAGEMENT SUB-COMMITTEE Young People Adults Management Mr Lian, Ie-Bin Mr Rajalingam Ramasamy Mr Malcolm Tan APR Plan 2012-2015 FINANCIAL RESOURCES SUB-COMMITTEE Finance SCOUTING PROFILE SUB-COMMITTEE Scouting Profile Mr Yee-Leung Joseph Lau Mr Richard Miller "#$%&#'%$(!)!*+,-.,&%#$! Monitoring & Evaluation ! Monitoring and Evaluation Process! ! WHAT Preparation of Operational Plan and Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for each Priority Area ! WSB-APR WHO! ! February 2013 WHEN! WSB-APR! March 2013 meeting! Sub-Committees Semi-annually and at every Sub-Committee meeting First Review of Regional Plan Regional Scout Committee Second half of 2013 Formal Review of the Plan Implementation All Sub-Committees Before the APR Summit 2014 Second Review of Regional Plan Regional Scout Committee, APR Summit First half of 2014 Third Review of Regional Plan Regional Scout Committee Second half of 2014 Update on the Implementation of the Regional Plan Regional Scout Committee, Sub-Committees, and WSB/APR 8th APR Scout Leaders Summit, 2014 Fourth Review of Regonal Plan Regional Scout Committee First half of 2015 Presentation of APR Plan 2012-2015 Implementation Regional Scout Committee 25th APR Scout Conference, 2015 Sharing of Operational Plan and KPI with Regional Scout Committee and Sub-Committee Chairmen Regular Monitoring of Regional Plan WSB-APR Quarterly APR Plan 2012-2015 27 Who will implement the plan Regional Scout Committee Chairman: 1st Vice Chairman 2nd Vice Chairman: Member: Regional Treasurer: Executive Secretary: Dr. Chao Shou-Po Mr. Shree Ram Lamichhane Ms. Reiko Suzuki Mr. Sang-Ho Shim Mr. Nicholas Tang Ning Dr. Azrul Azwar Mr. Wendel Avisado Mr. Md Abul Kalam Azad Mr. Paul Parkinson Mr. Janaprith Fernando Ms. Sornsawan Ho Mr. Paul Ho Wai-Chi Mr. Abdullah Rasheed Adult Support Sub Committee Chairman: Vice Chairman: Vice Chairman: Members: Adviser: 28 ! ! ! ! Programme Sub Committee Chairman: Vice Chairman: Vice Chairman: Members: Adviser: 1. Mr. Rajalingam Ramasamy (Malaysia) 2. Dr Jeffrey Ho Kai Kwong (Singapore) 3. Mr. Mohammad Rafiqul Islam Khan (Bangladesh) 4. Dr. Joko Mursitho (Indonesia) 5. Mr. Neville Tomkins (Australia) 6. Mr. Akira Katayose (Japan) 7. Mr. Mohamed Ibrahim (Maldives) 8. Mr. Shiva Kumar Poudyal (Nepal) 9. Mr. Bok-Yie Lee (Korea) 10. Hon. Leo G Lasacar (Philippines) 11. Mr. Shiraz Salih (Sri Lanka) 12. Mr. Haji Awg. Hassan Haji Abdul Hamid (Brunei) 13. Dr. Prapatpong Senarith (Thailand) 14. Mr. Ng Ah-Ming (Hong Kong) 15. Mr. Mohamed Firuzul Abdullah Khaleel (YAMG) 16. Mr. Lian, Ie-Bin (Scouts of China) â€“ Ex-officio Mr. Paul Parkinson APR Plan 2012-2015 1. Mr. Lian, Ie-Bin (Scouts of China) 2. Mr. Dale B. Corvera (Philippines) 3. Mr. Md. Mesbah Uddin Bhuiyan (Bangladesh) 4. Mr. Rizwan Jaffar (Pakistan) 5. Mr. Makoto Nakano (Japan) 6. Mr. Kee Kwan (Hong Kong) 7. Ms. Misun Kyung (Korea) 8. Mr. Amir Hamzah bin Aman (Malaysia) 9. Mr. Dev Raj Ghimire (Nepal) 10. Dr. H.P. Chettri (India) 11. Mr. Lam Haw Ju Eric (Singapore) 12. Mr. Ibrahim Zameer (Maldives) 13. Mr. Haji Zali Haji Arsad (Brunei) 14. Dr. Anatchai Rattakul (Thailand) 15. Mr. Pangkaj Sutradhar (YAMG) 16. Mr. Rajalingam Ramasamy (Malaysia) - Ex-officio Mr. Wendel Avisado ! ! ! ! Who will implement the plan Management Sub Committee Chairman: Vice Chairman: Vice Chairman: Members: Adviser: 1. Mr. Malcolm Tan (Singapore) 2. Mr. Berthold Sinaulan (Indonesia) 3. Mr. Ahmed Ali Maniku (Maldives) 4. Mr. Mohd Khir bin Muda (Malaysia) 5. Mr. Sofronio C. Ona (Philippines) 6. Mr. Reginald Walter Williams (Australia) 7. Mr. Rakesh Tripathi (India) 8. Mr. Takahiro Kimura (Japan) 9. Mr. Justin Hyoung Gyun Kim (Korea) 10. Ms. Gitanjali Geeta Kumari Perera (Sri Lanka) 11. Mr. Gunja Bahadur Shreshtha (Nepal) 12. Mr. Md. Mozammel Haque Khan (Bangladesh) 13. Mr. Yan Man Hubert Ho (Hong Kong) 14. Mr. Pattaroj Kamonrojsiri (Thailand) 15. Mr. Eugene Lester Lin (YAMG) Mr. Janaprith Fernando Scouting Profile Sub Committee Chairman: Vice Chairman: Vice Chairman: Members: Adviser: 1. Mr. Richard Miller (Australia) 2. Mr. Brata Tryana Hardjosubroto (Indonesia) 3. Mr. Chan Ah Sang (Malaysia) 4. Mr. Chen I-Jen (Scouts of China) 5. Mr. Akhtaruz Zaman (Bangladesh) 6. Mr. Sai-hau Simon Ho (Hong Kong) 7. Mr. Ghulam Ali Shah (Pakistan) 8. Mr. Akihito Kondo (Japan) 9. Mr. Kang-rim Choi (Korea) 10. Mr. Jimmy A. Ang (Philippines) 11. Mr. Lai Kwok Chin (Singapore) 12. Mr. Prabath Lasantha Kularathna (Sri Lanka) 13. Mr. Zoliana Royte (India) 14. Mr. Kuanochai Sapnirund (Thailand) 15. Mr. Nizarul Idhafi Omar (YAMG) Dr. Azrul Azwar! ! ! ! ! ! ! Finance Sub Committee Chairman: Vice Chairman: Vice Chairman: Members: Adviser: 1. Mr. Yee-Leung Joseph Lau (Hong Kong) 2. Mr. Chay Hong Leng (Singapore) 3. Ms. Susi Yuliati Darnadi (Indonesia) 4. Mr. Md. Tauhidul Islam (Bangladesh) 5. Mr. Wang, Teng-Chien (Scouts of China) 6. Ms. Mik Young Choi (Korea) 7. Mr. Ahmed Sabri bin Saad (Malaysia) 8. Mr. Hussain Abdullah (Maldives) 9. Mr. David Wynne Jones (Australia) 10. Dr. Chindhai Jayaraman (India) 11. Mr. Mohamed Yusuf Memon (Pakistan) 12. Mr. Prajapati Achut (Nepal) 13. Mr. Kapila Kalyana Perera (Sri Lanka) 14. Mr. Danilo Asiaten (Philippines) 15. Ms. Tam Man Ying Shirley (YAMG) Mr. Sang-Ho Shim ! ! ! ! ! APR Plan 2012-2015 29 Who will implement the plan Foundation Management Committee President: Vice President: Promotion Co-ordinator Members: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Mr. Simon Hang-Bock Rhee (Korea) Dr. William Wells (Australia) Mr. Mohamed Ali Khalid (India) Mr. Habibul Alam (Bangladesh) Dr. George Po-Cheng Huang (Scouts of China) Mr. Yasuhiko Miki (Japan) Mr. Yee-Leung Joseph Lau (Fin. Sub com. Chair) Dr Mukhyuddin bin Sarwani (FMC President’s nominee) Mr. Wai-Chi Paul Ho (RSC Chairman’s nominee) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Mr. Alexander Wong Mr. Shree Ram Lamichhane - Ex-officio Ms. Reiko Suzuki - Ex-officio Mr. John Ravenhall Mr. Abdullah Rasheed (Regional Director) ! Awards Committee Chairman: Members: World Scout Bureau/ APR Executive Staff Regional Director Director, Development Support & Finance Director, Communications & Strategy Director, Youth Programme Director, Adult Resources & Administration Unit Manager, Development Support Unit Management, Office Management 30 APR Plan 2012-2015 ! Mr. Abdullah Rasheed Mr. Prassanna Shrivastava Ms. Luz Taray Mr. Syd Castillo Mr. Thian Hiong Boon Mr. Uzair Kamal Ms. Rosario Talaguit ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Acknowledgment A large number of individuals have contributed to the entire regional strategic planning process leading to the development of the APR Plan 2012-2015. Appreciation is extended to the following for their contribution: • Regional Scout Committee (2009-2012), with special thanks to Mr Nicholas Tang and Regional Consultant Ms Kirsty Brown • All APR Sub-committee Chairmen and members (2009-2012) • Participants of the 7th APR Scout Leaders Summit in Bangalore, India in June 2010 • Participants of the Strategic Planning Forum in Chonburi, Thailand in October 2011 • Participants of the Breakout Group on “APR Plan 2012-2015” at the 24th APR Scout Conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh in November 2012 • World Scout Bureau / Asia-Pacific Regional Staff! APR Plan 2012-2015 31 32 APR Plan 2012-2015 APR Plan 2012-2015 33