Many nonprofits struggle with strategic planning. Nonprofit strategic plans tend to be 5-year plans with vague objectives, 10+ goals, and almost no concrete action steps. Yet, these plans guide organizations and end up leaving them rudderless, confused and many times with a weak budget.
In this workshop, Sarah Olivieri of PivotGround will advocate for the use of a strategic framework instead. What is the difference between a framework and a plan? While a framework adapts to change and guides through iteration, a plan is typically a list of inflexible steps. Plans do not account for new priorities/changed directions while a framework can support you in heading in a different direction. During this session, we will dive into the Impact Method™, a strategic framework designed for nonprofits. The Impact Method™ was created as a way to break down your big audacious goals into clear, easy-to-understand components.
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SPEAKER: Sarah Olivieri, PivotGround
333 Mamaroneck Ave #221White Plains, NY 10605(914) firstname.lastname@example.org