Bob Harris, CAE The strategic plan is the board’s roadmap or GPS. Nearly every discussion and decision should be framed by the mission and goals. Click “View” to view or download the document. Strategic Planning Article Compilation – Spring 2019View Note: Bob Harris, CAE, provides free governance tips and templates at www.nonprofitcenter.com. He can be…
Volunteer leaders sometimes mistakenly believe that their goals for the year help to move the organization forward. The problem is, many organizations also have a three-to-five year strategic plan.
Bob Harris, CAE This is a prescription for elevating organizational performance. Most visits to a health care professional result in a prescription. It is the advice offered verbally (“take two aspirin and get some rest”) or written on a pad to be filled at the pharmacy. The intent is to improve one’s health. A similar…
Bob Harris, CAE Governance is amorphous — without clarity, shape or form. It is open to interpretation by the board, staff and members. Click “View” to view or download the document. Governance Article Compilation – Spring 2019View Note: Bob Harris, CAE, provides free governance tips and templates at www.nonprofitcenter.com. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invited a half dozen association past presidents to lunch, asking them to share governance tips with the new board members.
According the 2013 Bureau of Labor Statistics’ report on Volunteering in the United States, the volunteer rate has been the lowest since 2002.
How important is innovation versus evolution? Do non-profit organizations today innovate or evolve or is it a combination of the two?
Did Your Organization Lose Its Executive Director? The Top 10 Skillsets To Look For In Your Next Executive Director?
Losing your executive director one day is not only possible but will happen sometime in the future.
As of the first quarter of 2015, the Millennial generation is the largest portion of the U.S. workforce and your association’s market of members and leaders.
Bylaws are a set of “rules” that provide the framework for your organization but are sometimes overlooked when organizational change happens.