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1 Ju-Jitsu Network Development Program (JNDP) Presented at the General Assembly of the Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF) Vienna, November Dr. Tsegaye Degineh, JJAFU Vice Presidant

2 Agenda 1.Challenges 2.Solution 3.Principle of Network 4.Steps 5.SWOT Analyses 6.Timeline 7.Decision Dr. Degineh, JJAFU/EJJA

3 The development of Ju-Jitsu is handicapped through different challenges. Dr. Degineh, JJAFU/EJJA  strengthen the infrastructure  optimizing the demand on financial and material needs  long term of knowledge transfer  taking active role in participation and forming of JJIF  developing cultural competence and networking  making contribution to improve the image and internationality  giving incentives to spread the Ju-Jitsu sport art  supporting the income of NFs & JJIF  Contribution for the vision of JJIF in order to be an Olympic sport  strengthen the infrastructure  optimizing the demand on financial and material needs  long term of knowledge transfer  taking active role in participation and forming of JJIF  developing cultural competence and networking  making contribution to improve the image and internationality  giving incentives to spread the Ju-Jitsu sport art  supporting the income of NFs & JJIF  Contribution for the vision of JJIF in order to be an Olympic sport  lack of infrastructure  lack of financial means  challenge in trainings material & methods  lack of high qualified trainer skill  passive participation in JJIF  demand on recognition and standardization  exists only very few network  challenging internal and external institutions  quality risk on the way to be global sport  lack of infrastructure  lack of financial means  challenge in trainings material & methods  lack of high qualified trainer skill  passive participation in JJIF  demand on recognition and standardization  exists only very few network  challenging internal and external institutions  quality risk on the way to be global sport Challange Scope 1. Challenges

4 The network with clubs is one of the effective solution to improve the challenges that is easy to implement Checklist Is there is interested club ?   Clubs have contacts with grass root and networks close to the public  Divers trainers, members and functionaries are active in clubs  Most clubs are profit oriented  Most clubs have potential resource  Clubs have potential to provide material support (e.g outlets Mattes, Judogis,..)  Individuals in the club might be interested on humanitarian aid and cultural exchange  Club management have organizational skills and performance oriented work flows  Clubs are interested in good image and public exposure  Clubs are less authoritarian & bureaucrat   Clubs have contacts with grass root and networks close to the public  Divers trainers, members and functionaries are active in clubs  Most clubs are profit oriented  Most clubs have potential resource  Clubs have potential to provide material support (e.g outlets Mattes, Judogis,..)  Individuals in the club might be interested on humanitarian aid and cultural exchange  Club management have organizational skills and performance oriented work flows  Clubs are interested in good image and public exposure  Clubs are less authoritarian & bureaucrat Interested in supporting management or Infrastructure ? Interested in cultural partnership ? Interested in sending of trainer ? Interested in financial support ? Interested in youth programs ? Has the club potential ? Is the club reliable ? Solution X Dr. Degineh, JJAFU/EJJA 2. Solution

5 UNION 1 UNION 2 UNION 3 UNION 4 UNION 5 CC C CC C CC C CC C CC C CC C CC C CC C NF2 NF NF1 CC C CC C CCC UNION NF CC C CC C CC C CC C CCC CC C CCC CC C CCC CC C CCC CC C CCC CC C CCC CC C CCC CC C CCC CC C Dr. Degineh, JJAFU/EJJA 3.Network Target Ju-Jitsu Network across the continents.

6 The program steps consists of four parts. Each part will have defined elements. Dr. Degineh, ITF/EG Step 1: Start GA approval in Vienna JJIF, Unions & NF communicating the program (e.g. web) NF1 communicate and searching for interested clubs NF1 evaluate the feedback and the candidates 1 Step 1: Initiation/ Implementation NF1 sending the list of potential candidates to Unions and JJIF Continental Unions contacting NF2 NF2 contact candidate club (cc NF1, Union, JJIF) NF2 put cooperation agreement with the club (cc NF1, Union, JJIF) & start 2 Step 3: Tracking NF2 & club reports, Communication (website,..), score card for NF1 target fulfilment for linking clubs with NF2 Problems analyses, consulting, providing information and neccesry supports 3 Step 4: Evaluation Lessons learned Recognitions and awards for the participating and enabling the network, Hearing of compliance (in case), improvements program, reporting to umbrella organisations (Sport Accord, IOC,..) 4 4. Steps

7 High transport cost and accommodation No interest or difficult in convincing See no own benefits Afraid of cultural shock or intercultural insensitivity Breaking promises Mistakes Difficult to reach target Acquisition by stake holders may disappoint trouble with local Burocratie Other competitive federations High transport cost and accommodation No interest or difficult in convincing See no own benefits Afraid of cultural shock or intercultural insensitivity Breaking promises Mistakes Difficult to reach target Acquisition by stake holders may disappoint trouble with local Burocratie Other competitive federations Time consuming Lack of tools or resources to track and monitor Effort vs. results: less measurable than other activities Consistency / sustainability First network project and first experience Lack of international exposure. Spending more financial means at the beginning Adventurism Time consuming Lack of tools or resources to track and monitor Effort vs. results: less measurable than other activities Consistency / sustainability First network project and first experience Lack of international exposure. Spending more financial means at the beginning Adventurism Contribution to build a strong JJIF Enabling the NFs in the participation Ju-Jitsu governance Establishing a network building qualities in Ju-Jitsu techniques and competencies Optimizing the material demand Reducing costs Building strong trust Easy to set up Increasing members Media exposure It is simple but powerful Contribution to build a strong JJIF Enabling the NFs in the participation Ju-Jitsu governance Establishing a network building qualities in Ju-Jitsu techniques and competencies Optimizing the material demand Reducing costs Building strong trust Easy to set up Increasing members Media exposure It is simple but powerful Establishing a dynamic network Allows to build short and long term relationships with prospects in NFs /countries Satisfied members overwhelmingly support the implementation It may acquire some talent coming effortless and standardization on the quality of the techniques Inspire boost for cultural competence and roll model relaxed and communicative environment Enabling further programs (exchange youth, ) Enabling partnerships with other groups, organizations, schools, government, etc. Enabling participating in deferent programs of EU, AU, UN, IOC,.. Establishing a dynamic network Allows to build short and long term relationships with prospects in NFs /countries Satisfied members overwhelmingly support the implementation It may acquire some talent coming effortless and standardization on the quality of the techniques Inspire boost for cultural competence and roll model relaxed and communicative environment Enabling further programs (exchange youth, ) Enabling partnerships with other groups, organizations, schools, government, etc. Enabling participating in deferent programs of EU, AU, UN, IOC,.. SWOT Analyses for effective deployments of the program Goals Weaknesses SWOT-Analyse Responsible: Strengths Goals Threats Opportunities Dr. Degineh, JJAFU/EJJA 5. SWOT

8 Timeline – one year project phase Initiation/Implementation Start Decsicion Start JJIF Board Agenda Review Decsicion & prepartion Network agreement Tracking JJIF Board report Unions Board report NFs Board report Evaluation Lessons learned Dr. Degineh, JJAFU/EJJA 6.Timeline

9 Decision GA approvel for start Yes No Dr. Degineh, JJAFU/EJJA 7.Decision


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