Preparing Clients for Life

Adding six new experiences to your nonprofit’s programming may profoundly affect your clients’ lives. […]

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What Should Your Nonprofit Offer?

Be the type of nonprofit that resonates with your community. […]

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Satisfied Versus Pleased

Create a better survey for understanding what makes your clients pleased with your nonprofit. […]

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Why Innovations Fail

Good execution will guarantee the success of any innovation. […]

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Be Discontent

Sometimes the best thing for a nonprofit is to be discontent with itself. […]

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The Value of Innovation

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

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The Value of Experience

Every time a nonprofit develops great new programming, another local nonprofit copies it. How do you retain the advantage you created? […]

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Solving the Difficult Problem

Mission Enablers exists to help nonprofits solve the persistent problems that threaten their survival. One common persistent problem we help nonprofits overcome is declining or static client service levels especially when they are below the level necessary for mission sustainability. We find that precedent and experience predispose nonprofits to misunderstand the problem: […]

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What Is the Priority?

Most nonprofits say that the mission and the clients are the primary priority. Do their actions authenticate their words? […]

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Every Level of Decision Making Needs Client Input

Nonprofits exist to serve the community. They provide their service by changing the lives of their clients. Their alumni strengthen the community. […]

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