Friendly Collaborations

Your nonprofit will realize may benefits from collaborating with nonprofits of all types, especially at the board level.

Think about your nonprofit and its fiercest competitor. You probably compete for donors, clients, volunteers, referral sources, staff, and advocates. However, it is doubtful that you compete in other areas such as accounting, HR, policy, and payroll. […]

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Staying on Top

If your nonprofit is at the top of its game – Congratulations! That is great news!

The bad news is that the good news has a limited shelf life. According to one study, the average large organization reorganizes itself every 24 – 36 months. Each reorganization takes about 18 months. It is hard to stay […]

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Turn Down Most Opportunities

It is more harmful to your nonprofit to take the wrong opportunity than it is to turn down a good opportunity […]

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Vision and Strategy Simplified

Vision and strategy are simpler to deal with and more valuable than most nonprofits realize. […]

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Compete

Compete with yourself to create a competitive advantage for your nonprofit. […]

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Managing the Numbers

Monitoring the right numbers will increase your nonprofit’s board engagement. […]

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What Does Better Mean?

How your nonprofit’s board members define what is better for your nonprofit determines your success. […]

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Strategy Sets the Direction

Some nonprofit boards lower their nonprofit’s sustainability through their decision-making process. […]

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Finding the Winning Way

A sound strategy will significantly improve the effectiveness and efficiency of your nonprofit. […]

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Long-Term Versus Strategic Planning

The difference between long-term and strategic planning is important to the survival of your nonprofit. […]

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