Tag Archives: strategic planning

What Are Boards For?

Boards.  Probably the biggest source of consternation for many nonprofit executives.  How to get them?  What to do with them?  How to get them to do what you want them to do? If I were to compile an FAQ for … Continue reading

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Type A No Longer

I’m sitting here, looking at my “to do” list (really, a flip chart so I can’t pretend I misplaced it), and not wanting to do any of it at all. And so I don’t and then, typically, anxiety attacks, and … Continue reading

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Doing It All, Just A Little Differently

Snow. Not what a southern California girl expects to see in the middle of April. But I’m here in Wisconsin and snow has greeted me. My LA winter wardrobe is not up to this, but as we all do when … Continue reading

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Fundraising Plans–Revenue Streams

Intermittently, I’ve been writing about developing a fundraising plan (see  https://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/07/29/that-fundraising-plan/, https://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/08/19/studying-your-capacity/ and https://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

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Planning and Productivity

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

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