What have we accomplished so far?
In December 2012, the Board of Directors spent a full day discussing the aspects of EUPA’s strategic plan. After they had (mostly) agreed on the major tenets, they invited a group of approximately 20 EUPA members, ranging in age, gender, experience and skill level to give feedback on what had been drafted at that point. Thankfully, there were many commonalities among opinions – but some differences too. Taking into account the feedback we’ve received so far, the Board of Directors is now able to share with you the Vision, Mission and Values we are proposing for EUPA, along with the ‘pillars’ or main areas of focus for the strategic plan. Together, these statements will shape our 3 year strategic plan.

What happens now?
We’d like to hear your feedback on what we’ve developed, and if that goes well, we’ll continue to roll out more and more of the strategy details as we incorporate your feedback. Ideally, we’d like to ratify this Strategic Plan at the Annual General Meeting this Fall 2013.
Please use the survey below to give your feedback on the various section of the plan. You will be able to answer anonymously or leave your name for follow up questions.

* Proposed EUPA Mission:
To advance the sport of Ultimate in the Edmonton area and foster a culture based on sportsmanship, integrity and community that embodies Spirit of the Game.

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* Proposed EUPA Vision:
EUPA is a leader among sports organizations, and provides quality opportunities to learn and play Ultimate within a welcoming community.

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* Proposed EUPA Values:
Spirit of the Game
Community
Development
Integrity

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* Proposed Plan Pillars:
1) Spirit of the Game: Increase the enjoyment of all EUPA members through awareness of and commitment to SOTG and knowledge of the rules.

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* Proposed Plan Pillars:
2) Community - Internal: Create a culture of ownership, belonging, engagement, acceptance and fun for all current and potential EUPA members.
Community - External: Increase the awareness of Ultimate and the interconnectivity of Ultimate within the Edmonton sport community.

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* Proposed Plan Pillars:
3) Player Development: Provide opportunities to increase the level of skill development for all players within their context.

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* Proposed Plan Pillars:
4) Capacity: Increase the efficiency, efficacy and sustainability of EUPA programs.

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* Proposed Plan Pillars:
5) Participation: Retain current participants while sustainably increasing the number of new individuals playing in, involved with and exposed to EUPA programs

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* Please feel free to leave your email address if you are okay with being contacted for any follow up questions the Board or Directors may have:

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