Pinta facilitated St. Ciaran’s Community School in implementing a School Improvement Plan.
“In facilitating the development of a strategic plan for our school, Pinta made what was an enormous undertaking much more manageable and achievable. Pinta brought their knowledge and skills to the process of consulting with our stakeholders and made the task seem easy. We were guided through the process in a very professional yet relaxed way. Pinta kept us focused and emphasised the importance of being realistic in our goals. We are very happy with the plan, which will act as our roadmap for the next 3 years. Most importantly, we have learned the skills that will allow us to continue to develop our plan in the years to come.”
St Ciarán’s Community School,
Pinta is delighted to announce that we are working with Tennis Ireland, the National Governing body responsible for promoting and managing Tennis in Ireland in building an exciting four-year Strategic Plan for Tennis in Ireland.
We are building a plan that will meet the needs of existing players at all levels in reaching their potential, and building the profile of tennis in Ireland so we can attract others to participate and enjoy the game. The plan will provide a roadmap that will help Clubs, Coaches, Provinces and Performance Players, whilst allowing Tennis Ireland to partner successfully with others supporting the game such as, but not limited to, the Dublin Lawn Tennis Council and the Parks Tennis Organisation.
Following on from the blog “Driving Fundamental change in Supply Chain Effectiveness” where I discussed the second of the six key segments in supply chain effectiveness, Vendor Selection & Engagement, I am now going to share my experience on the third of the six segments.
There are several versions of this story told in different cultures. The story is about a farmer who meets a genie, a fairy, or in the Irish version a leprechaun. In order to keep his crock of gold the leprechaun promises the farmer that he can keep all the land he can walk in a day, but with one proviso, that he has to be back to the point where he starts his walk by sundown. (more…)
Following on from the blog “Driving Fundamental change in Supply Chain Effectiveness” where I discussed the first of the six key segments in supply chain effectiveness, Product Design and Considerations, I am now going to share my experience on the second of the six segments.
Pinta are delighted to be selected to assist a large global pharmaceutical company review how they conduct their business. (more…)
Carndonagh Community School in Co. Donegal has appointed Pinta to develop their three year school improvement plan. Carnconagh CS has over 980 students and 70 teaching staff.
The planning process involves a comprehensive consultation process with staff, students, parents and community. To view our process and case study click on the link below. (more…)
Congratulations to the GAA who have launched their strategic plan for the next three years. We were honoured to be involved in the development of this ambitious plan.
Pinta continues to work with the GAA in the area of planning and are currently facilitating the strategic planning process for the 2014-2017 Strategy. The GAA aims to launch the new plan for the next three years in May.
Pinta continues to work with the GAA in the area of planning and are currently facilitating the strategic planning process for the 2014-2017 Strategy. The GAA aims to launch the new plan for the next three years in May. (more…)
Paralympics Ireland have formally approved the organisation’s new strategic plan for the coming three years entitled Securing Success Together.
At the fourteenth annual Paralympics Ireland AGM last night the organisation’s new strategic plan for the coming three years entitled Securing Success Together was formally approved, as was the 2013 Annual Report. The plan will be officially launched in the coming weeks. (more…)