ONOC is currently in its 2018 – 2021 Strategic Plan with the Vision of ‘Inspiring success and pride, and living the Olympic values'.
The Strategic Plan is designed through a two-pronged approach linking it to the needs and challenges of ONOC members and also to the overall International Olympic Committee (IOC) motto, conceived by the founder of the modern day Olympic Games in 1894, three Latin words, ‘CITIUS – ALTIUS – FORTIUS.’ Translated into English as ‘FASTER – HIGHER - STRONGER’, the motto has remained a permanent, relevant and motivating rallying call to athletes, countries and continental regions since 1894.
The motto is connected to the Olympic Creed which says: ‘The important thing in life is not the triumph, but the fight; the essential thing is not to have won, but to have fought well.’
Map of the Oceania Continent
The four objectives of the Strategic Plan are drawn from its Mission to become ‘the best-performing Continental Association’ through key pathways transformed into the following objectives: ‘Building and strengthening [member] National Olympic Committee (NOC) capacity; Cultivating regional and global partnerships; Contributing towards sporting excellence; and Leading by example’.
Under the objective of Building and strengthening NOC capacity, the focus is on the development and promotion of Good Governance through strategic support to members, particularly through national training and development programmes.Under Cultivating regional and global partnerships, ONOC seeks to be respected and valued by partners through strategic relationship building and clean sports.
Under Contributing to sporting excellence, athletes as primary stakeholders take precedence through ONOC efforts to ensure they are supported and encouraged to succeed on the Road to Tokyo, the next Olympic Games.
In Leading by example, ONOC seeks to demonstrate this through the practice of Good Governance through Operations. This is via board and administration compliance and through support services in administration, finance, technology, human resources, events management and communications.
ONOC Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021
UMAP is used as a benchmark and development tool to promote good governance.
1.1 NOC Support
1.1.1 Facilitate compliance with 7 Principles of Good Governance (PGG)
1.1.2 Share Information and provide advisory services
1.1.3 Promote Olympic values
1.1.4 Review Terms of Reference and strengthen commissions
1.1.5 Develop National Performance Plans
1.2 National Training and Development Programs
1.2.1 Train and develop athletes and athlete entourage
ONOC Voice is respected and valued by international partners.
2.1 Strategic Partnerships
2.1.1 Identify and cultivate potential strategic partnerships to increase the value of sports and impact of sports programmes
2.2 Clean Sports
2.2.1 Support the RADO in ensuring NOCs are compliant to the WADA Code
Elite athletes feel supported and encouraged to succeed.
3.1 Road to Tokyo
3.1.1 Support athletes and officials to targeted competitions
3.1.2 Fully utilise partnership with host cities and companies
3.1.3 Utilize Olympic Solidarity funds strategically
ONOC practices good governance operations.
4.1 Board and Administration Compliance
4.1.1 Review or design structures, regulations and processes
4.1.2 Convene Meetings - Annual General Assembly, Executive Board Meetings, Commission Meetings.
4.2 Support Services
Provide the following services at ONOC:
4.2.3 Human Resources
4.2.4 Events management
4.2.6 Information Services and Technology
4.2.7 Office of the President
4.2.8 Office of the Secretary General
4.2.9 Programme Support