Not-for-profits (NFPs) vary significantly in their purpose, size, and complexity, but they all have one thing in common: they exist to fulfill a societal need or accomplish a public benefit. Strategic planning helps set priorities, allocate resources, and align staff and volunteers' efforts to effectively accomplish the NFP's mission. Successful NFPs have the ability to execute a clear strategy, monitor progress and evaluate results.
? Identify the role and responsibilities of an NFP's governing board as it relates to mission and strategy.
? Recall the steps to create a strategic plan.
? Determine how strategic planning may be applied at each stage of the NFP's life cycle.
? Role of the NFP's governing board
? Planning considerations for each stage of an NFP's organizational life cycle
? Business models
? Strategic planning
? Consensus-building strategies
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