Presentation on theme: "LOF 2011Rotary transformation1 Rotary Milestones Founded 1905 Founded 1905 T RF forerunner 1917 T RF forerunner 1917 Convention 1943 forerunner to UNESCO."— Presentation transcript:
LOF 2011Rotary transformation1 Rotary Milestones Founded 1905 Founded 1905 T RF forerunner 1917 T RF forerunner 1917 Convention 1943 forerunner to UNESCO Convention 1943 forerunner to UNESCO Rotary UN Charter member 1945 Rotary UN Charter member 1945 First RF scholarships granted 1947 First RF scholarships granted 1947 Rotary announces Polio+ program 1985 Rotary announces Polio+ program 1985 Rotary membership to women 1989 Rotary membership to women 1989 Eastern Europe to Rotary 1990 Eastern Europe to Rotary 1990 Strategic Planning begun 2006 Strategic Planning begun 2006
LOF 2011Rotary transformation2 HOW ROTARY LOOKS LIKE FROM OUTSIDE (social behaviour, service locally and far off) HOW ROTARY TOUCHES ITS MEMBERS ROTARY STORY (how things are seen and done) ROTARY CULTURE = Presumptions : Mission, Vision, goals and priorities. Service Above Self. Core values : service, fellowship, diversity, integrity, leadership ARTIFACTS FACTS SYMBOLS TRADITION predictability WEAKSTRONG (Schein 1985) PART OF THE HUMAN CULTURE
LOF 2011Rotary transformation3 ROTARY AND HISTORICAL OCCASIONS
LOF 2011Rotary transformation4 ROTARY IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES Sweden 10/558/28 134 Norway 6 /322/12 235 Finland 6 /300/11 343 Denmark 5/281/11 289 - Greenland 1/53 - Faeroe Isl. 2/57 Iceland 1/30/1150 28/1494/64 261 28/1494/64 261 10/615/31 109 10/615/31 109 7/335/13 175 7/335/13 175 6/317/12 248 6/317/12 248 5/311/12 926 5/311/12 9262/502/50 1/29/1121 29/1610/70 589 1/29/1121 29/1610/70 589 2011 2006 Membership decrease in five years 9 %, average age 61 +, 70% still working, female 11-16%, average club size 43 POPULATON/ ROTARIANS 334 377 465 418 278
LOF 2011Rotary transformation5 Business as usual Decreasing Increasing HISTORYTODAYVISION 1905 2000+ 1905 YOUNG, HOMOGENOUS MEMBERSHIP MANAGER STATUS, US HEGEMONY WORKING/FREE TIME SEPARATED FROM POOR RELIEF TO SERVICE ROTARY TO DAY AND YESTERDAY HETEROGENEOUS MEMBERSHIP, AGEING PLURALISTIC COMMUNITY, FREE NETWORKING SHORTAGE OF TIME STRUCTURAL SHANGE Different cultural appropriation round the world
LOF 2011Rotary transformation6 THE SITUATION IN CLUBS: STRENGTHS LONG TRADITION GOOD SPIRIT PROGRAMS BLEND OF VOCATIONS NEW MEMBERS WEAKNESSESAGING FED UP MEMBERS SCANTY TRAINING EXHAUSTED PEOPLE POSSIBILITIES FEMALE AND YOUNG MEMBERS CLUB CO-OPERATION NEW MODELS PRESTIGE/IMAGETHREATS WORK LOAD TIME MANAGEMENT MOVING DEADLY ROUTINES HIGH COSTS
LOF 2011Rotary transformation7 FUN/SERVICE POOR/EVOLVING UNSTABLE HOMELAND STABLE DONATORS TRADITIONAL ? EVOLVING ? UNSTABLE ACTIVE UNSTABLE
LOF 2011Rotary transformation8 ROTARY FUNDAMENTS SURVAY D1390 2011: ROTARY FUNDAMENTS STRONG ROTARY IDEOLOGY; FOUR-WAY TEST STRONG ROTARY IDEOLOGY; FOUR-WAY TEST RULES AND ACTIVITY CRITERIAS ARE UP TO DATE RULES AND ACTIVITY CRITERIAS ARE UP TO DATE LEARNING/KNOWLEDGE THROUGH MEETINGS LEARNING/KNOWLEDGE THROUGH MEETINGS YOUTH ECHANGE MAIN PROGRAM YOUTH ECHANGE MAIN PROGRAM BETTER INFORMATION (MONTHLY LETTER) BETTER INFORMATION (MONTHLY LETTER) SOUND BUILD UPP OF MEMBERSHIP (AGE, GENDER, ETC.) SOUND BUILD UPP OF MEMBERSHIP (AGE, GENDER, ETC.) ROTARY IMAGE MUST BE IMPROVED ROTARY IMAGE MUST BE IMPROVED PROJECT ACTIVITY IS AVERAGE PROJECT ACTIVITY IS AVERAGE
LOF 2011Rotary transformation9 The 4-Way Test 1. Is it the truth? 2. Is it fair to all concerned? 3.Will it build goodwill and better friendship? 4.Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
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