The Organisational Puzzle was established in 2010 with the aim to develop civil society organisations, government and donors to work in collaboration and be successful in reaching their respective vision and objectives. Contact with various Non-Profits has underscored the fact that many Non-Profits and CBO's with a long track record of tangible results have inspirational, often visionary leaders and staff. However due to various aspects , the organisations struggles to deliver on it's aims and objectives.
We operate and intervene from a Systemic Viewpoint. Our services and Products are offered and developed by Seasoned Experts and Specialists. Tools, Services and Products are adapted to suit the individual needs of clients and the organisational environment of the client. Non-Profits become stronger, more sustainable and accountable and better able to serve their communities. Governments and donors are assured that their investments are appropriately managed and contractually allocated.
Vision Statement: Civil Society, Government and their Partners realize Sustainability and Maintainable Development
Mission Statement: Cultivating and Entrenching Systemic Accountability to Promote Sustainable and Maintainable Development for Organisations and their Partners
A successful organization is structured of various units of people and functions, systematically structured and managed to meet the need or to pursue collective goals – much like the pieces of a puzzle. When an organisations has not been able to fit the pieces together as a complete, logical unit or does not have all the piece of the puzzle, the organisation is most probably having difficulty to deliver on its purpose. The Knock-on Effect comes to play due the reality that under-performance or non-performance in one of the functions, structures or departments will utilmately impact on other organisational functions, structures or departments.Our expertise is assisting organisations to evaluate and identify the missing or out-of place pieces or their organisation and positioning the pieces