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Business Presentation


December 2022

​Some tips from the team @ Maven Disciple. Assessing the current cultural landscape: This step involves conducting research and gathering information about the community's cultural heritage, resources, and needs. This may include surveys, interviews, and focus groups with community members, as well as an analysis of existing data and resources.

  1. Setting goals and objectives: Based on the information gathered in step one, the next step is to set specific, measurable, and achievable goals and objectives for the cultural action plan.

  2. Developing strategies and actions: Once the goals and objectives are established, the next step is to develop strategies and actions that will help achieve them. This may include identifying specific programs, initiatives, and projects that need to be implemented, as well as identifying the resources needed to carry them out.

  3. Building partnerships and collaboration: A cultural action plan often requires the participation and support of various stakeholders, such as community members, organizations, and government agencies. It's important to build partnerships and collaboration to ensure that all the stakeholders are on board and committed to the plan.

  4. Implementing and monitoring: With a plan in place, the next step is to implement the strategies and actions outlined in the plan. This includes putting the necessary resources in place and ensuring that all stakeholders are aware of their roles and responsibilities.

  5. Review and evaluation: Finally, the cultural action plan should be regularly reviewed and evaluated to ensure that it is achieving its goals and objectives, and that it remains relevant and responsive to the community's changing needs.

It's important to note that different cultural action plans may have different steps or variations depending on the specific context and community.

How to Scale Your Cultural Action Plan: Resources and Tips
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