The MEMOS Journey
Module 1 - Strategic Planning - September 2008
Olympic Museum, Lausanne Switzerland
At the MEMOS IX presentations today held at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Auvita Rapilla, the Deputy Secretary General of the PNGNOC was awarded the inaugural Alberto Madella Award for the best MEMOS Project in MEMOS XI.
This is an outstanding achievement for Auvita whose Project worked towards the establishment of a Self Assessment Tool for determining the stage of development of National Sports Associations in PNG.
Lufilufi Rassmussen of Samoa overcame much adversity to complete her MEMOS project in fine style and also graduated today along with 27 other MEMOS Students from all over the world.
This is a first for the world and a first for Oceania in sport.
WELL DONE Au!! Well Done Lufi! more
Conflict of Interest is:
Any situation in which a volunteer or staff member is influenced in an organisational decision by personal, financial, business or other concerns".
This can relate to interests of family members, close friends, business associates or any situation where it could be perceived the individual is in a conflict - Perception is Reality. more
The ONOC Values are:
The preparation and implementation of ONOC’s Sports Development Plan to the year 2008 is made according to the following overriding values:
Acknowledgment of the need to develop sport in accordance with the spirit of Olympism as prescribed by the International Olympic Committee.
Sensitivity to the needs and aspirations of all athletes, coaches, officials and administrators involved in sport.
Respect for the sovereignty of each member National Olympic Committee and the various International Sports Federations and Sports Development Agencies working to develop sport in the South Pacific Region.
Recognition of the need to cooperate with all agencies contributing to the development of sport in Oceania and direct resources in a coordinated and considered fashion.
Obligation to communicate effectively with all members of ONOC and non NOC’s in our region, as well as government and non-government agencies involved in the development of sport in Oceania.
Regular and fair evaluation of the ONOC Development Plan and its constituent strategies to ensure that they are indeed meeting the needs of the members. more
Our group chose to work on the ONOC Plan and put together a presentation for the rest of the MEMOS group to analyse.
This is attached.
"Failing to Plan is planning to fail, therefore the Vision and the Mission become an important guideline to follow whilst planning for the organisation". more
We split into work groups to examine our organisations's strategic Plans. The Vision and Mission will be presented tomorrow. more
The positioning of the Olympic Movement is under threat from a variety of sources but in particular their methods of Governance are in need of review and overhaul. The success of a sports organisation is usually related to its Management. more
The Powerpoint presentation will be attached when it becomes available. more