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Not inspired. Perhaps I just need another cup of coffee. Or—because I’m in New York—to get over my jet lag, though I don’t feel lagged at all. Or—because I live in LA—I should just forget this all and get out … Continue reading
I’ve long been ambivalent about the value of the strategic planning process for most organizations. It’s not that I don’t think it is worthwhile to take a longer view, consider what you would like to accomplish—it’s that most strategic plans … Continue reading
The very first goal in the organization’s strategic plan was that each board member would be responsible for giving at a certain level. I’m not averse to having a board policy of giving charitably—though I’m ambivalent about setting a specific … Continue reading
The name on birth certificate is Janet Anne Hirst. So, when we were walking up Portobello Road in London this June, my husband thought this would make an appropriate picture: And because research shows that blogs with pictures get more … Continue reading