1 PROJECT NEW MODELS OF ANIMATION, GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT Marist Institute
2 Marist Brothers - FMS General House Rome International Commission of New Models 2 April 2014
3 New wine in new wineskins New wine in new wineskins With Mary, go in haste to a new land! With Mary, go in haste to a new land!
4 Index Introduction 5 What s it about? 6 Why this Project 7 History 8 Support for the Project 9 Commissions 10 Questions to address 11 Project scope 11 Project basic scheme 12 Change management 12 Calendar 13 Participation 14
5 5 Introduction The call of the XXI General Chapter; With Mary, go in haste to a new land has given birth to many life processes in the various regions of the Institute and has helped us to look at the heart of the Marist Charism, its vitality, internationality and interculturality, the situation of children, adolescents and young people on the 5 continents. This and more offers us new wine. What wineskin will we need for it? Brother Emili and the General Council have launched the project of New Models of Animation, Government and Management so that the whole Institute can take part in the current analysis and dream about and throw light on the new age for the Marist charism. In response to this call, the launching of this project took place in the General House from 10 to 15 February at the meeting of the International Commission composed of the following persons: Brs Gabriel Villa-Real L Hermitage, Michael Green Australia, Víctor Preciado General Council, and João Carlos do Prado and Miguel Ángel E. Barrera Secretariat of Mission. There was also a support team, the PROJECT TEAM made up of Mr José María Sanz Ibérica, Br Carlos Alberto Rojas Norandina, Mr Peter McNamara Australia, and a team from the consultancy firm A.T. KEARNEY : Mr Lucas Olivari Dubai, Mr Francesco Fusco Girard Rome, and Mr Jos Leijnse Netherlands. They worked on the knowledge, analysis and evaluation of the following topics: Brothers and lay communion, Animation, Government and Management, as well as the revision of the processes and drawing up of the proposal of methodology and, finally, the planning of the regional meetings. During the morning of the last day, there was a period of dialogue and reflection with Br Emili and the members of the General Council, with exchange about the project and the processes. The sharing was very fruitful and encouraging. Now we are inviting you to participate actively in this process which will survey the life and words of all the regions of the Institute, opening ways to a new beginning for the Marist charism in the different contexts and situations.
6 6 Project New Models What s it about? What s it about? The project entitled New Models of Animation, Governance and Management is a Marist strategy to enable the institute to respond to the contemporary needs and calls of Marist life and mission. Animation The act, process, or result of imparting life, interest, spirit, motion, or activity. All the activities performed in responding to the calls of the Marist life and mission (eg. solidarity, evangelization, spirituality ) Governance Governance is the act of governing It relates to decisions that define expectations, grant power, or verify performance and consists mainly in decision-making Management Management is the act of coordinating the efforts of people to accomplish desired goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively. Management comprises planning, organizing, staffing, leading or directing an organization
7 7 Why this Project? Why this Project? It is a recommendation from the XXI General Chapter, which asked the General Government: to encourage at all levels structures of animation, co-ordination and government which prompt the vitality of the Institute and its mission. It is part of the General Plan of the Government There are urgent challenges which must be faced in the Institute. Many Provinces and Districts are developing processes to respond to the new challenges in Marist life and mission. The exchange of these experiences can mutually enrich us.
8 8 Project New Models History The discussion and construction of new models of animation, government and management have been part of the life of the Institute in recent years; given the great changes in the world, the Church and the Institute itself, this subject has taken on a broader scope. Campinas, Brazil November 2006 Interamerican Meeting of Management Management Model of a Marist Institution Guatemala, February 2009 Management at the Service of Mission Now and in the Future All the Administrative Units were invited XXI General Chapter To encourage at all levels structures of animation, Co-ordination and government which prompt the vitality of the Institute in it s mission.
9 9 Support for the Project Support for the Project General Council Sponsor International Commission Project Manager Office (PMO) Consulting Firm Project Manager Secretariat of Mission Project Team: Internal + Consulting Firm Administrative Units LINKS
10 10 Project New Models International Commission Br. Gabriel Villa-Réal (L Hermitage), Br. Victor Preciado (Councillor General); Br. João Carlos do Prado (Secretariat of Mission); Br. Michael Green (Australia); Br. John Klein (USA till September 2013); Mr. Marco A. B. Cândido (Brasil Centro-Sul). Project Team and Secretariat of Mission Br. Miguel A. Espinosa, Mr. José María Sanz, Br. Alberto Rojas, Mr. Peter McNamara, Br. João Carlos do Prado Project Manager Office A.T. KEARNEY Mr. Luca Olivari and Mr. Francesco Fusco
11 11 Questions to address Questions to address How does the Marist Institute want to be perceived in the world and in local communities? Where is our presence most urgent with the children and young people? What is the place and the role of the laity in the Institute and the specific contribution of the brothers in the mission? What are the expansion vectors of the apostolic fronts of the Marist Institute? What are the main long term challenges that must be overcome by the Institute? What kind of models can contribute to greater participation and co-responsibility among AU and with GA? Project scope Project scope To ensure the development and sustainability of the Marist life and mission by proposing and implementing principles, guidelines and possible models of Animation Governance and Management for the General Administration and Administrative Units. The scope of the project considers 4 DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS Evangelization and presence among the children and young people Co-responsability and complementary presence of lay people and brothers; Internationality; Animation, Governance and management at the Administrative Units and General Administration levels.
12 12 Project New Models Project basic scheme Project basic scheme Present situation Communication Planning Infrastructure Diagnosis of current context Discussion and approval with key leadership Implementation Strategic alignment and expected outputs Future situation Design of principles and alternative models Design a road map to implement the principles and models Change Management Change Management Main people involved: General Superior, General Council, International Commission, Provinces/Districts, Secretariats...
13 13 Calendar Calendar Phases Jul - Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Communication Project Planning and PMO setup Strategic alignment and expected outputs Diagnosis of current context Design of alternative models Discussion and approval Design a road map to implement the new models Implementation The regional meetings are planned for the following dates: Arco Norte: 5-8 April 2014, Mexico City (Mexico) Brazil and Cono Sur: 28 April 1 May 2014, Santiago (Chile) Africa: July 2014, Nairobi (Kenya) Oceania: August 2014, Mittagong (Australia) Europe: October 2014, Rome (General House) Asia: October 2014, Bangkok (Thailand) In addition to these meetings, the Project Team will visit some Provinces and Districts, to make contact with their situations and leading persons.
14 14 Project New Models Participation Participation Participation of key leadership: Presentation at the General Conference: September 2013 Presentation at the Provincial Bursars Meeting: October 2013 Regional Meetings - April to October 2014: To ensure the participation of the Administrative Units leadership in the project. To understand the processes of animation, governance and management of the Administrative Units. Key processes: II Marist International Mission Assembly Constitutions revision Other processes Participation: If anyone wishes to make a contribution or suggestion, it can be sent to the address: Support for the Project Support for the Project A.T. Kearney is a global team of insightful, collaborative experts that nurtures its people to deliver to its clients creative, meaningful and, above all, sustainable results: Combining global insights with local expertise; With 55 offices in 38 countries in all of the continents; Takes pride in conducting business with integrity and rigorous adherence to the highest ethical standards; Experience in education services, religious institutions and large transformation programs; Adequate team.
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