The Value of Innovation

Nonprofits exist to solve society‚Äôs problems. Therefore, we should measure the value of their innovations based upon the community or human impact. […]

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Feedback Loop

Is your nonprofit receiving the feedback it needs to maximize the value of your mission? […]

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Better Strategy = Increased Community Impact

Many of the nonprofits Mission Enablers works with are unable to identify their strategy. […]

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Drive Social Change

Social change is messy, time consuming, and difficult. It is also fulfilling, meaningful, challenging, and emotionally rewarding. […]

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What Success Requires

If a nonprofit is going to be sustainable, it must be unique, provide real value, and be economically sound. […]

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Four Points to Ponder

When your nonprofit promises what others value and keeps it promises, the number of clients served increases, client retention increases, and donor generosity and loyalty increases. […]

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Hang onto Alumni to Fill Your Capacity and Enhance Your Success

Alumni can be great sources of funds, referrals, volunteers, and advocates. However, many small nonprofits have a hard time engaging and keeping track of alumni. It taxes a small nonprofits skills, time, and money.

It is often between 5 and 15 years after program completion before an alumnus achieves sufficient success to make it possible […]

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Challenge the Norm

Challenging the norm is the best way to keep a nonprofit relevant. There are many norms. Which norm should you challenge? […]

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Passion Matters More than Facts

Some people love fundraising. Some people abhor it. Making it enjoyable for everyone and especially the CEO (senior professional leader) is important. […]

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How Many Ambassadors Are Too Many?

There is a direct relationship between the number of ambassadors a nonprofit has and its sustainability. What do ambassadors do and how many does an organization need? […]

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