By Hannah Yang. Email the author. Brigette Rambadt, program coordinator for Moving for Better Balance, started the class off with some warm-ups, and then moved into a series of movements. To which some hesitated, but proceeded with caution as they slowly turned around in place while working on their knee joints. Through these steps, the class participants were already feeling the muscles in their knees, arms and thighs being worked out during the exercise.
YMCA Victoria’s marketing team transforms project management with Asana
YMCA stories - YMCA England & Wales
The not-for-profit organisation delivers services at more than locations every day in settings including camps, community recreation and sporting facilities, swimming pools, before and after school care, early learning centres, and youth services. Their workforce has risen to the challenge with over 6, staff and volunteers working to provide YMCA services. In order to better support local programs and services, Josh and his team are creating over 70 new YMCA websites that will be managed in-house. This massive project is being completed alongside their regular workload, a situation that caused a bit of chaos until Josh looked for a new work management solution. Tasks weren't easy to manage, accountability was difficult to track, and excessive emails and status reports were wasting time. On top of this, Josh and his team were moved into a newly created centralised marketing department. Made up of different teams and resources that were previously operating in silos across the organisation, this exciting new department needed to learn how to collaborate effectively—quickly.
Baxter Ymca Research Paper
Mitch was previously involved in the Working Assets Programme and describes his journey below. I arrived at the YMCA in a very depressed state and spent the first 3 weeks alone in my room. They even made me captain!
The Scarborough YMCA had been a perennial underperformer from a membership, member satisfaction and financial perspective, but the general manager vowed to turn the facility around. Four prior general managers had given their best effort; yet the facility continued to lag behind the average YMCA in Canada. She sensed a complacent organization.