Final Milestone Productions, a subsidiary of M Powered Strategies, proudly presents the second in a series of short videos about Category Management. Here, Gordon Wade, one of the founders of Category Management, describes the seven-step process.
Lee Levy and Brad McCandless of M Powered Strategies recently completed an ambitious project for Capital Area Reach (CAR), a nonprofit organization committed to helping young people in the DC area become successful in school, work, and the community. The MPS team helped them develop metrics to measure the success of two of their key programs: Job and Internship Placement and Community Service.
Brad and Lee conducted stakeholder interviews,... +
At MPS, we take a proactive approach to developing the “complete consultant” – a professional blend of sound consulting experience and technical subject matter expertise. Professional development is an ongoing process, and we are constantly learning from and sharing with each other.
MPS’ PACE training (Professional Apprenticeship for Consulting Excellence), which is part of our Professional Readiness and Effectiveness Program (PREP), is... +
It seems like 2017 was the Year of Empowerment for women. At M Powered Strategies, five female staffers – Ira Casteel, Hoor Jangda, Lesley McNiesh, Sarah Miller, and Maria Perez – were certified as Project Management Professionals (PMP).
“Why PMP?” you might ask. What is the purpose? According to Maria, it’s “because I want to ensure that we are always providing the best services to our clients. I hope what I learned will help me go... +
Project Managers at M Powered Strategies honored the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. by lending their professional skills to local and national nonprofits. Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS), which began in 2015, is hosted by Project Management for Change in partnership with Points of Light. The purpose is to help nonprofit organizations achieve their mission by providing expert advice from Project Managers.
On January 15, 38... +
On a cold December evening, a group of MPS staffers gathered around long tables piled high with soaps and shampoos, lotions and toothpaste, and miscellaneous other toiletries, wrapping them up in colorful paper and stuffing them into 50 bags. The bags are for N Street Village, a local nonprofit that offers a broad spectrum of services, housing, and advocacy to empower over 2,000 homeless and low-income women each year. In addition to the care... +