Nicole Stephens: A Conversation on Increasing the Success of First-Generation and Low-Income Students
Is bipartisan law-making still possible on Capitol Hill?
NYU Wagner-USCM Institute for Mayors Provides Framework for Future Smart City Solutions Using Digital Data and New Technologies
Mayors’ Leadership Institute on Smart Cities | December 6, 2018
Nicholas Merckling (MPA 2019) has been named a US Presidential Management Fellow finalist, giving him the opportunity
2018 NYU Wagner Henry Hart Rice Urban Policy Forum
On October 2, 2018, Cecile Richards, Former President of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and author of "Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding the Courage to Lead," discusses the role of activism in urban politics.
Several graduates of NYU Wagner are among the 2018 Nonprofit Power 50 singled out for distinction by City & S
Informing the Planning Process of a Museum’s Creation
Over the past two years, a committee of LGВТ community leaders and activists took preliminary steps towards creating a museum focused on LGВТ history and culture. The committee enlisted a Capstone team to research the stages of museum development and create recommendations for a strategic plan. The team performed extensive research on how museums are founded and shaped, conducted an environmental scan to understand the landscape the new museum would be entering, developed a strategic business plan to help guide the committee through the early stages of the museum’s development, and generated a set of final recommendations. The team’s research findings, business plan, and recommendations culminated in a final report that will inform the planning group as they pursue the establishment of the museum.
Informing a Strategic Planning Process
|Achieve Mission is a national consulting firm committed to enhancing the impact of social sector organizations through leadership development and talent management. Following the fulfillment of its first strategic plan and a change in leadership, AchieveMission engaged a Capstone team to inform its second strategic plan. The team completed an internal and external assessment, a literature review, and an environmental scan to develop a solid understanding of the market in which AchieveMission operates. The team also interviewed and surveyed a variety of stakeholders—including employees, clients, prospective clients, and board members—and analyzed AchieveMission’s governance and operations. The team synthesized their findings into a final report for AchieveMission’s leadership team and board. The report included actionable recommendations around service offerings, target clients, and internal structural recommendations.|