Simplifying nonprofit strategic planning for beginners 

  Nonprofit strategic planning does not have to be complicated or time consuming.   Yet most people cringe at the thought of doing it.   Probably because we’ve participated in the process at some point – sequestered in a room with our Board and staff, doing exercises on flip charts with sticky notes or dots,

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Five Questions for strategic thinkers

“You’re a strategic planning consultant? You must use Drucker’s Five Most Important Questions a lot.” Sinking feeling. As I stood by the grill with a beer in my hand at a recent summer party, I couldn’t come up with even one of his apparently essential strategic questions I mentioned some of the business thinkers we often …

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Five must-have’s for strategic planning to matter

Yes, way too many strategic plans for nonprofits gather dust on shelves. So here are five must-have’s to prevent yours from doing the same: A compelling vision of change. First and foremost, of how the world, your community will be different. The way. While setting an inspirational and meaningful goal is critical, without articulating your …

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Five must-have’s for strategic planning to matter

Yes, way too many strategic plans for nonprofits gather dust on shelves. So here are five must-have’s to prevent yours from doing the same: A compelling vision of change. First and foremost, of how the world, your community will be different. The way. While setting an inspirational and meaningful goal is critical, without articulating your …

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