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Tag Archives: strategic planning
Intermittently, I’ve been writing about developing a fundraising plan (see http://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/07/29/that-fundraising-plan/, http://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/08/19/studying-your-capacity/ and http://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/08/26/the-lay-of-the-fundraising-land/). The center of this plan is the discussion about the revenues streams that fit your organization and your capacity. There are many, many ways to present … Continue reading
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