Nepalese Children 

 Nepalese Children 

Nepalese Women in Community

 

 

 

Strategic Work Plan

strategic work plan:

 

The overall strategy for the office   of Planning & Budgeting can be summed up in two words: “building capacity.” We are building capacity internally to fulfill our expanded roles and responsibilities within the organization. The collective output of our continuing fundamental work products and new initiatives will build capacity across the organization. Our success in this larger notion of capacity building will be defined by our continued delivery of our five   main year strategic planning efforts: Activity Based Budgeting, One Capital Plan, Planning the organization and comprehensive data management and reporting. Our success in delivering on these initiatives while still providing the fundamental roles of building the organizational operating and capital budgets, negotiating with the state, and so forth will allow the organizational  greater understanding of its resource base, and how best to invest into this base for maximum return for our Instructional, Research and Public Service missions.

 Organizational (paribartan Nepal work plan) values are reflected in the work plans we construct annually. In 2012, the paribartan Nepal has selected five strategic priorities. These are: organizational Master Planning, Strategic Modeling, capacity building program, Communications Improvement/Professional Development, and Data and Analysis. These priorities will be tackled bearing our mission, vision, values, and customers in mind.