Tools and strategies for protecting your organization against data loss.
A strategy screen makes explicit the criteria that your organization will use to choose a particular strategy or course of action . Although each organization’s Strategy Screen will be different, every nonprofit needs processes to ensure their work stays aligned with their mission, vision, values, and operational capacity. This article offers sample questions that might be included in a strategy screen. #strategy
A strategy screen is a tool to help you filter opportunities through the lens of your priorities, strategies and values. This is one sample of what a "strategy screen" for new projects/initiatives/partnerships could look like. #strategy
Facilitator’s Guide [PDF] Tools [PDF] #strategy
This article outlines a process to ensure your fundraising strategies are designed with the following in mind: Mission alignment Direct and indirect financial cost (e.g., staff) Prospective net profit Relationship building Institutional capability (e.g., skills and knowledge to carry out the activity) Institutional capacity (e.g., human, technological, financial and other resources needed to carry out the activity) Audience development/community outreach (e.g., introducing your organization to new audiences) Risk analysis Opportunity cost #fundraising
This article presents a method to profile an organization’s financial makeup, and to create a comparison to a panel of similarly situated organizations. The Nonprofit Cohort Analysis Tool (NCAT) helps nonprofit staff and board members to visualize trends in their organization’s revenue streams...
"A well-developed brand strategy should help everyone see how your strategic plan or mission comes to life in day-to-day communications, both inside your organization and outside of it."
This article by two founders and co-presidents of a children’s advocacy organization shares the approaches and learnings from their own organizational readiness initiative and executive transition. #executivetransition