New Club Plan Complete

  16 May 2015   Craig Deadman   Club News

Throughout the past 6 months, the club has worked very hard developing a new 3 Year Business Plan. This project took many hours and incorporated 16 workshops with involvement from a wide variety of club members and officials. Ray Bell was appointed project manager and did a fantastic job coordinating and facilitating many meetings and I would like to congratulate and thank him for his tremendous work. The end result is a very thorough and professional plan that will help drive the club forward. I am very pleased to advise the Management Committee have endorsed and adopted the plan and have already begun working with the document.


During the planning process, the project team identified 8 key areas of business and invited a wide range of club members to take part in interviews, workshops and discussions on each subject. The response from our members was great and we now have a truly inclusive plan that incorporates the best ideas and plans from those workshops. The eight key areas of business are as follows: Football, Hilton Petone Tournament, Off-field Activities, Venue, Communication, Facilities, Finance and Governance and Management. Sub-committees will be established to manage these key areas and we will be approaching members to either join a sub-committee and/or assist with specific activities. I encourage your involvement.


Attached is an easy to read 2 page summary of the key points from the analysis and plan. There are detailed strategies and actions associated with these key points and we are currently setting priorities and timelines for the action points. There were a tremendous amount of hours and hard work dedicated to this project and on behalf of the Management Committee, I would like to thank everyone who was involved for your hard work and for your passion for Petone FC. I am looking forward to unearthing new volunteers and managing the continued growth our our club through this plan.

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