Hearing good advice from someone who made the advice work is usually a sign that you should take the advice. If you are a nonprofit who has scoffed at the idea that strategic planning should be part of your overall business strategy, you are in for a rude awakening.
From a recent study over 501(c)(3) nonprofits, one thing was crystal clear—nonprofits who use strategic planning are successful. Those who don’t, are not. Strategy isn’t meant for one aspect of your organization, it is meant for the whole thing. The sooner you realize that, the sooner success will be knocking at your door.
Learn more about why your nonprofit needs strategic planning by following the link below.
Why Strategic Planning is More Important than Ever for Non-Profits [Charitable Advisors]