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Business & Strategic Planning

The business of nonprofits is always changing. Your strategic plan is, and always will be, a work in progress—or, as Advance Learning Center ED Caroline Fender learned in our Momentum program, "It's not: make one and put it on a shelf somewhere."

We're here to tackle that work with you, providing better ways to understand your beneficiaries (as in the Metro Atlanta Veterans Services Report), new approaches to revenue-generating social enterprise (our profile of Alan Proctor's Linking Mission to Money®), big-picture sector analysis (The Economic Impact of Georgia's Nonprofit Sector), and more.

Check here for information on long-range planning, planning for specific types of services and processes, and the roles involved in that planning.

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3.26.19 | Atlanta

Certificate of Change Management

Learn to effectively drive change in this two-day overview of change management theory and strategies for driving a change process, managing resistance to change, and helping others more effectively support your agenda for change. Learn more.

4.11.19 | Atlanta

Social Enterprise for Today's Nonprofit

Interested in creating an unrestricted revenue stream for your nonprofit? Learn how the social enterprise model works, review successful social enterprises, and discuss a process for designing one for your organization. Learn more.

5.02.19 | Atlanta

DOING LAB | Write the Strategic Plan

In this 4-session team-based Lab, you’ll create a strategic plan with a complete environmental scan, at least three goals, and associated objectives. In the end, you’ll take away a draft that you can present to the board for adoption, and a roadmap to achieving organizational priorities that you can share with your funders and donors. Learn more.

5.02.19 | Atlanta

DOING LAB | Write the Strategic Plan

In this 4-session team-based Lab, you’ll create a strategic plan with a complete environmental scan, at least three goals, and associated objectives. In the end, you’ll take away a draft that you can present to the board for adoption, and a roadmap to achieving organizational priorities that you can share with your funders and donors. Learn more.

3.26.19 | Atlanta

Certificate of Change Management

Learn to effectively drive change in this two-day overview of change management theory and strategies for driving a change process, managing resistance to change, and helping others more effectively support your agenda for change. Learn more.