More often than not, initiative and communication failures come solely from within the nonprofit itself. And until you give yourself an examination (we’re talking the full physical here), the diagnosis for your organization’s success is bleak.
At the recent Nonprofit 2.0 conference, nonprofits put their heads together to dive deeper into the workings of a nonprofit. They identified trouble spots and brainstormed ways to remedy problems. From managing competing priorities to keeping staff members happy from a human resources perspective, the session shed light on ways to repair from within.
It really is what’s inside that counts. So eat an apple a day and get a fresh perspective on your nonprofit’s internal workings in the article below.
Dealing with Silos Inside Nonprofit Organizations [Nonprofit 2.0]