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Planning

06
FEB
2017

Leading Your Organization in a Changing Environment

Change is a constant. In our current environment, this may feel even more evident to you and your organization. While many take a ‘wait and see’ approach in times of great uncertainty, I encourage you to be more proactive. Have a Plan First, you need a strategic plan. Without a... Read More →
14
JAN
2015
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Now a good time to plan, perform housekeeping

This post first appeared in the Corridor Business Journal. The themes of planning and change are frequent topics at this time of year. Whether it’s the start of your organization’s fiscal year or not, these early days of January are a great time for reviewing the past year,... Read More →
12
MAY
2014

Performing an assessment

This post first appeared in the Corridor Business Journal. Most nonprofit organizations recognize that strengthening and building their organizational capacity enhances their programs and increases the impact of their essential work. Despite this, it is often a struggle for... Read More →
18
MAR
2014

Succession Planning: Ensuring Organizational Continuity During Leadership Changes

Developing a succession plan for an organization is a basic risk management exercise, yet many nonprofits have not taken the time to consider how they will continue their important work in the wake of leadership changes. Admittedly, succession planning takes time, but the time... Read More →
29
APR
2013

Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail

Yep, it’s true–I’m a planning geek. I believe that planning is necessary for all organizations–large and small. It gets people on the same page, it helps clarify goals, and it provides focus–which enables you to say ‘no’ to some things... Read More →
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30
JAN
2013

Working Your Plan at Your Board Meetings

So you’ve got a plan for your organization. You’ve even taken it down to developing action steps, but how does an organization—particularly one that’s all volunteer—really work its plan? Intentionally. Any ‘work’ that is not moving you in the direction of yo... Read More →
11
JAN
2013

Why Plan?

  Love ’em, or hate ’em, this is the time of year for New Year’s resolutions and setting goals. I’m one of those people who believe in goal setting—for me and for organizations. I find strategic planning engaging, setting SMART objectives invigorating, and tracking progress... Read More →