START UP EVENT Marco Polo Hotel, Cebu City 11 to 13 March 2013 SF Strategy By Lydia Guevarra / Rita Pilarca / Elpe Canoog DTI OSC Director / GIZ ProGED Technical Adviser
SF Strategy • Motto • Negotiate and agree on the strategic direction • The strategic orientation is the result of a process of negotiation and a selection from various options. The criteria for the selection and the options themselves should be negotiated and formulated jointly together with the partners • Orientation: Where are we going? • Coordination: How do we agree on how to go about things? • Creation of Meaning: Why are we working together?
Strategy is… a decision in favor of a strategic option the result of choice an outcome of negotiation
Functions • Bundling expectations and capabilities • Checking that we are doing the right things • Motivation to pursue objectives • Creating a vision of the future ensuring sustainability • Gaining scope for action
How to do it? Looking outward Looking inward Strengths & Weaknesses Opportunities & Risks Options
Success Factor: STRATEGY • After analysis of the Project Environment, this Success Factor describes • The results (impact, outcomes) the project wants to achieve • The intervention areas necessary to achieve • the results
Inclusive green growth and poverty reduction Impact • ProGED Results Framework MSMEs make their business more environment friendly and climate smart while increasing their competitiveness Project Goal MSMEs as well as gov’t institutions relevant to economic development increasingly implement environment friendly, climate smart and inclusive strategies and measures
Inclusive Growth and poverty reduction (PDP) MSMEs make their business more environmental friendly and climate smart while increasing their competitiveness MSME aswellasgovernmentinstitu-tions relevant toeconomicdevelop-mentincreasinglyimplementenviron-mentfriendly, climate smart andinclusivestrategiesandmeasures. ProGED Impact Model , MSMEs which go green are publicly recognized, for example through green tourism standards MSMEs and LGUs cooperate to use opportunities for an environment friendly and climate smart development Information andawareness on GED DTI‘s programs and approaches better support MSMEs in making their businesses more environment friendly and climate smart Green servicefacilitationandmatchmaking Service providers offer services (such as energy efficiency services)which are known to and demanded by MSMEs as they become environment friendly and climate smart More MSMEs acquire information on the requirements and possibilities to access green finance MSMEs demand enterprise specific environment friendly and climate smart technologies which enhance their competitiveness Green frameworkconditions Starting with 2 pilot provinces (Cebu, Bohol) and 1 pilot value chain (tourism) before upscaling Companies introduce environment friendly and climate smart ways of doing business within their supply chain MSMEs and LGUs realize that being environment friendly and climate smart makes economic sense Cross-cutting issues: Gender, Conflict Prevention, CSR, Migration, private-sector focus 11/03/2013 ProGED Strategy