Presentation on theme: "Community anchors introductory thoughts rob trimble – ceo – bromley by bow centre."— Presentation transcript:
community anchors introductory thoughts rob trimble – ceo – bromley by bow centre
AN ELEPHANT IS LIKE A SNAKE AN ELEPHANT IS LIKE A BRUSH AN ELEPHANT IS LIKE A ROPE AN ELEPHANT IS SOFT & MUSHY AN ELEPHANT IS LIKE A TREE TRUNK what is it… exactly?
»rootedness and longevity »entrepreneurial spirit and practical »tenacity and determination key characteristics
dealing with dead horses some common approaches – part 1 Buying a bigger whip Changing riders Appointing a committee to study the horse Arranging visits to other sites to see how they ride dead horses Spending more on training to improve our riding skills Promoting the dead horse
Harnessing several dead horses together for increased speed Providing additional funding to increase the horse's performance Hiring consultants to ride the dead horse more cheaply Revisiting the performance requirements for horses dealing with dead horses some common approaches – part 2
community anchor wisdom? "When you discover you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount“ (….and get a new horse) dakota sioux tribal wisdom Do community anchors offer a radical new way of delivering services and transforming communities? How big an idea is it? What are the consequences of backing the model?