Strategic Projects

Historically, the success of a project was based upon its outcome. If the desired result was achieved, on time, and within budget, it was a success. In our highly competitive world, the long-term success of your nonprofit, the relevance of your mission, the success of your clients, the satisfaction of your donors, and your nonprofit’s […]

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The Vibrant Nonprofit

Diversity can be something we must address or it can be something we choose to address because of its significant strategic value. When strategic value is the motivation, diversity becomes a competitive advantage for attracting clients, staff members, board members, and support of all types.

One of the reasons that it has taken a long […]

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Sustainability Defined

The sustainability of your nonprofit depends on your knowing which resources are strategic […]

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To Plan or Not to Plan

The benefits from planning outweigh the effort required by a nonprofit to create a plan. […]

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Prepare for New Technology

When your nonprofit has a service delivery strategy, it takes the risk out of new technology. […]

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Strategic Thinking Board Members

Most nonprofit boards would like to be more strategic. There are two ways to have the strategists you need. […]

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The Long-Term Plan

Many nonprofits feel that long-term or strategic planning is a waste of time. The value of the planning is determined by the reason for doing the planning. […]

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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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Think Fast, Think Slow

Strategic thinking takes time. Responding to client needs requires quick action and quick thought. […]

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The Strategic Leader Looks Outward

Every mission statement promises something to the community. One of the more challenging tasks the nonprofit leader faces is ensuring the nonprofit keeps its promises. […]

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