When an executive transition is on the horizon, executives and boards often find it easier to consider the possibilities of a strategic alliance or restructuring openly.
Closing down an organization or program requires tough decisions about services, personnel, and — most importantly — the communities and people served.
Boards and leaders are smart to consider whether a strategic partnership with another organization could support those efforts and unlock even greater potential for impact.
Strategy and planning is about determining what’s most important for your organization to do and then figuring out how best to get those things done.
Adapting to change is constant, and some instances require board-level thinking about how your organization may need to adjust or change to serve your core purpose best.
Starting a nonprofit is a major endeavor that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Before you assume that a new organization is the best way to get a great idea or program, consider how you could partner with an existing organization.